Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Afghan soldiers, civilians Killed in US Air Raid

Afghan soldiers, civilians 'killed' in US air raid
Abdul Wali, the deputy chairman of the provincial assembly, told Anadolu Agency 35 soldiers and civilians were killed when the U.S. forces hit Afghan security forces instead of targeting Taliban fighters in the Azrah.
"The Taliban are marching towards the district center, and if additional troops are not dispatched to the area, the district may fall to the Taliban," Wali said.
Logar province -- 100 miles south of the capital Kabul, is the hometown of President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, where the Taliban have a significant presence.

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