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Wolf Naasar Oct 9
must also report how many civilians were killed by insurgent IED in Ghazni.
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Manu 19h
plus that tweet or retweet from TOO IS OF ANY KINDS OR POSSIBLY!! OR THEN
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zarmina tajik Oct 13
: Only votes using biometric verification should be counted.
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Rahim Gul Sarwan Oct 15
report which released today indicate that attacks targeting the electoral process caused 458 civilian casualties 85 killed & 373 injured, including 277 civilian casualties on 28 September, polling day, when more than one-third of civilian casualties were children.
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Asia News Oct 9
bear the brunt of the 18-year war in Afghanistan, where 1,366 civilians have been killed and 2,446 others have been wounded in the first six months of the year, according to .
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Daily Digital News Oct 9
UNAMA has assessed that the personnel working inside the drug production facilities were not performing combat functions.
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Asadullah Ludin Oct 15
’s findings indicate that overall 458 civilians were killed and wounded the day of the presidential which took place on 28 of Sep. 85 killed and 373 injured.
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Subhe Kabul Daily Oct 9
airstrikes caused civil casualties, reports
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Stuff & Things Oct 9
This is unsettling. Doesn’t seem like a credible source to me. looks like a disinformation page.
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Jane's by IHS Markit Oct 13
airstrikes in May against suspected Taliban drug facilities killed at least 30 civilians, says UNAMA
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Khalil Noori Oct 15
documented 458 civilian casualties (85 killed and 373 injured) in presidential election related violence.
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Subhe Kabul Daily Oct 13
urges all stakeholders to have an accurate understanding of the tallying process before making comments
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PenNews Oct 10
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afghan peace Oct 9
Replying to @afghanpeacenews
in a report said that at least 30 civilians were killed and 9 were wounded in a airstrikes on alleged drug-processing facilities in Farah on May 5. USFOR-A assessed there were no civilian casualties resulting from the airstrike.
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VAN NEWS AGENCY Oct 9
Military in reacts to latest report regarding civilian casualties
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Rajab Taieb Oct 9
forces questioned 's findings about civilian causalities and the methods they use for their fact-finding investigations.
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Gulf-Times Oct 9
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Tariq Ghazniwal Oct 9
" received specific and detailed information of 145 (89 , 52 and four undetermined) affected by the airstrikes in Bakwa and Delaram districts of and provinces respectively, including 80 and nine ."
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afghan peace Oct 10
Replying to @afghanpeacenews
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Tariq Ghazniwal Oct 9
Report: 30 Killed In Airstrike In In May
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