This video from the USA is called On Afghan War 11th Anniversary, Vets Confront Mental Health Crisis, Suicide, Violence 1 of 3.
From Dutch NOS TV:
In Farah province in Afghanistan, nine Afghan police have died from air raids by the international coalition. Five others were hurt. International ground troops had called for air support after a nightly fight for hours with the Afghan police.
… Local authorities in Farah say that they had not been informed that the coalition troops would come.
NATO and the USA have started an investigation into this.
Bomb first, think (and maybe investigate) later, seems to be the maxim of United States and other NATO forces in Afghanistan.
According to the BBC:
At least 13 Afghan police and civilians have died in two incidents involving international forces, officials say.
Four Afghan police and five civilians died in an apparently mistaken air strike by international coalition forces in Farah province.
Separately, the Nato-led Isaf said it had “accidentally” killed at least four civilians in Paktika province.
The incidents are the latest in a series of controversial clashes involving foreign troops.
US-led forces kill more Afghan civilians: here.