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From Pajhwok Afghan News:
NATO Drone Strike Kills Three Afghan Children
November 12, 2012
ISAF drone attack kills 3 boys in Logar
By Abdul Maqsud Azizi
PUL-I-ALAM: Three civilians were killed during an ISAF drone strike in the Baraki Barak district of central Logar province on Monday, residents and the provincial council head said.
The airstrike was conducted at around 1.00 pm in the Shati Qala area of the district, killing three boys, provincial council chief Ghulam Yahiya Ahmadzai told Pajhwok Afghan News.
He said the boys, all aged below 16 years, were working on their farm, and village elders later took their bodies to the governor’s office as a mark of protest.
Resident Haji Habibur Rahman said the boys, working on their carrot farm, had no links to insurgents.
Meanwhile, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) media office in Kabul said it was unaware of the incident. It would look into the issue, a brief statement from the NATO-led said.
US drone strikes more deadly to Afghan civilians than manned aircraft: here.
US troops in Afghanistan post 2014? Here.
- NATO soldier killed in Afghan ‘insider’ attack: ISAF (dailystar.com.lb)
- “Afghan troop” kills NATO soldier (worldbulletin.net)
- Afghanistan rampage…Reuters original report appears to tell the truth (in.reuters.com)
- NATO kills four children in Afghan East: Karzai (news.terra.com)
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