Pak rejects US report blamed ISI for Kabul attack

Pakistan on Friday denied a report published in a newspaper that its intelligence service helped plan a bombing of India's embassy in Kabul that killed at least 41 people. The paper reported that American intelligence agencies have concluded that members of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence were involved in the July 7 attack in the Afghan capital. Pakistan's Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammed Sadiq described the report as "total rubbish.'' Sadiq said there was no evidence of ISI involvement. 

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