Masoom Stanekzai Afghanistan's intelligence chief, right, and Wais Ahmad Barmak, interior minister speaks during a joint press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
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Afghan demonstrators protested outside the Pakistani embassy in Kabul Thursday as senior Afghan officials said they had handed over evidence connecting insurgents based in Pakistan with a recent spate of attacks that killed more than 100 people.The protest, in which dozens of people burnt flags and chanted "Death to Pakistan" was not large, but it came during a period of heightened tension in the Afghan capital following two major attacks in the past two weeks.Afghanistan has long accused Pakistan of providing safe haven to Taliban and other insurgents, a charge Pakistan denies, pointing to the thousands of casualties it has suffered from militant violence over the years.
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