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Afghanistan civilian casualties fall amid fewer suicide attacks-UN report

Reuters Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Civilian casualties from the Afghan conflict dropped by almost a quarter in the first three months of the year, amid freezing winter weather and a sharp fall in the number of suicide attacks, the United Nations said in a report on Wednesday.
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UN says the leading cause of civilian deaths was air attacks, the majority by the US military.

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