U.N. Report: Civilian Casualties, Air Strikes Increase In Afghanistan

Civilian casualties caused by airstrikes conducted by U.S.-led coalition and Afghan forces increased by 52% during the first nine months of 2017 over the same time period one year earlier, according to the United Nations. The increase coincides with an uptick in U.S. air strikes, says the Special...

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