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Afghanistan registered a protest with Iran over what it called increasing interference in its affairs, including border violations in which 20 people were killed in the last year, Afghanistan's official Kabul radio said. The broadcast, monitored in Pakistan, said the Soviet-backed regime accused Iran of trying, through interference and propaganda, to support Muslim rebels in Afghanistan.

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