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Did Obama rain on the Afghan parade or are there back-channel imperatives that trumped all other considerations?
Relations plunge as Afghanistan government says it has little evidence to hold men US insists are "dangerous criminals".
Afghan move to free 72 men alleged by US to be Taliban fighters violates Bagram prison handover deal, commander says.
We analyse Afghanistan's future challenges as American troops plan to withdraw from the country in 2014.
Group vows a nationwide series of suicide and "insider" attacks on foreign troops, military airbases and embassies.
Top US general warns that recent statements by Afghan president could place US forces in Afghanistan in more danger.
Ex-head of NATO-led forces in Afghanistan to retire to address health issues within family, ending bid for NATO top job.
Monday's decree bans Afghans from calling in NATO air support in residential areas, but does not affect NATO operations.
General expected to be last commander of NATO and US forces there, as combat troops are set to withdraw by end of 2014.
Outgoing NATO chief in Afghanistan asks Taliban to respect women's rights if it wants to play part in country's future.
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