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Group says U.S. strike killed 34 Afghans

An Afghan human rights group said Friday an estimated 34 civilians were killed in a U.S. airstrike on a southern village this week — far higher than the official toll. Abdul Qadar Noorzai, the director of the Kandahar office of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, said Afghans who had fled their small village of Azizi told him that about 25 family members were killed in one mud-brick home and that nine were killed in the village’s religious school, or madrassa. Full Story

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