07/23/12: The Washington Post reports scores of fresh artillery rounds fired from Pakistan hit parts of eastern Afghanistan on Sunday night and Monday, a day after Kabul warned Islamabad that any further cross-border shelling could significantly damage ties between the two historically uneasy neighbors. There were no casualties from the overnight barrage that mostly hit the Dangam district of eastern Kunar province. Earlier in the weekend, four civilians were killed in shelling there. Kunar Police Chief Ewaz Mohammad Naziri said 1,960 shells, mostly artillery rounds, have hit various districts of the province in recent months; Pakistan denies this. This incident comes days after Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul to discuss persuading Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan to join peace talks and end the cross-border shelling.