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U.N.: 26 People Killed in NATO & U.S. Airstrikes, the Majority Women & Children

HeadlineFeb 13, 2017

In Afghanistan, at least 26 people died in U.S. and NATO-led airstrikes in Helmand Province last week. The United Nations says the majority of victims were women and children. The deadliest strikes were on Thursday and Friday, when as many as 18 civilians, the majority women and children, were killed.

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