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NATO force says 70 killed in Afghan raids, civilian toll still unclear

NATO’s force in Afghanistan said around 70 people have been killed in raids targeting the Taliban this week but was still unsure how many were civilians after reports that scores of ordinary people died. The International Security Assistance Force admitted in a statement late Friday a “number of civilians were killed along with a large number of insurgents” in the October 24 air strike in Kandahar province in the south. “ISAF believes that around 70 individuals were killed,” the statement said. Full Story

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