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Monday's decree bans Afghans from calling in NATO air support in residential areas, but does not affect NATO operations.
After initially denying charges, Kabul government forms delegation to investigate claims of Afghan prison torture.
The EU recently suspended $25m in aid for the justice system which critics say is plagued by mismanagement.
UN agency and actvists concerned that suspects'confessions were illegally obtained in alleged schoolgirl poisonings.
As NATO forces and the Taliban fight on, civilians continue to pay the highest price.
Attack on NATO convoy in Khost leaves 17 dead, as violence continues to claim lives of both civilians and soldiers.
People's Mujahedeen, one-time allies of Saddam Hussein, yet to decide whether to move out of Camp Ashraf in Diyala.
Allegations that Afghan-run prisons are torturing inmates have complicated NATO's plans to wind down operations.
World body says plan to hand over security to local forces in Afghanistan has helped fuel sharp rise in casualties.
Afghan president says Islamabad's help in combating "extremism and terrorism" can restore stability in region.
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