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Afghanistan stokes terror row with Pakistan

Afghanistan fuelled a row with Pakistan when it reiterated calls for its neighbour to stop cross-border raids by militants in the way it did during Afghan elections nearly two years ago. The comment was the latest in an escalating tiff between the US “war on terror” allies about Taliban and Al-Qaeda insurgents whom Afghan officials say are directing a deadly insurgency from across the border. President Hamid Karzai’s office agreed with comments by Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf that Afghanistan’s October 2004 presidential poll would not have been so peaceful without Islamabad’s deployment of thousands of troops along the frontier. Full Story

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