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US attacks on Kabul killed at least 13 civilians

28 Oct 2001

Amir Shah/The Associated Press (AP Oct 28) Men prepared the bodies of four children for burial after an airstrike Sunday in Kabul, Afghanistan.
US attacks on Kabul killed at least 13 civilians Sunday, witnesses said one day after US missiles rocketed hamlets along the front lines, killing and maiming villagers. Among these, seven were children. The attack on Kabul occurred a day after an apparent errant bombardment hit two villages behind the rebel military alliance's battle lines (Ghanikheil and Raqi villages) north of the capital. A third village behind Taliban lines (Nikhahil) was also hit. (AP)

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