Afghanistan's national police stand guard at the entrance gate of Police Academy a day after two massive attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani lambasted neighboring Pakistan on Monday over a recent wave of insurgent attacks in the capital Kabul that killed at least 56 people.Pakistan has historically supported the Taliban insurgents and many Afghans accuse it of nurturing militant sanctuaries on its soil in the hope of maintaining influence in Afghanistan.The attack follows a barrage of deadly bombings in the Afghan capital Friday, which struck close to an army complex, a police academy and a U.S. special forces base and killed at least 51 people.
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