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Pakistan, US trade accusations regarding Taliban support
By: Bill O'ReillySeptember 23, 2011
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Guardian: The bloodstained theatrics of Afghanistan's power game continued to play out as Hamid Karzai's government buried its main peace envoy while Pakistan's army chief hit back at American accusations that his country is secretly supporting the Taliban. In Kabul, shots rang out over the coffin of Burhanuddin Rabbani, a former president who was assassinated by a suicide bomber on Tuesday, during an emotional and sometimes rowdy funeral on a city hillside.
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