This video says about itself:
13 February 2017
The world body voiced its grave concern over the mounting civilian deaths in Helmand province. The airstrikes took place on Thursday and Friday targeting Sangin district. This is while Afghan officials put the number of fatalities at 22. Washington has confirmed its warplanes have conducted around 30 airstrikes in Helmand province in the past week. The UN says civilian casualties from American airstrikes in Afghanistan increased dramatically last year.
From Reuters news agency:
U.S. Airstrikes In Afghanistan Kill At Least 18 Civilians: UN Report
The U.S. military says it is investigating the allegations.
KABUL, Feb 12 – At least 18 civilians were killed last week in air strikes by international forces in Afghanistan’s Helmand province, an initial United Nations inquiry has concluded.
American military officials say their aircraft have conducted around 30 air strikes in Helmand in the past week. …
American aircraft and special forces have also provided combat support, with at least one U.S. soldier wounded in recent fighting.
On Thursday and Friday air strikes in Helmand’s Sangin district killed as many as 18 civilians, mostly women and children, according to a U.N. statement released on Sunday.
The U.N. said the strikes had been conducted by “international military forces,” but only U.S. aircraft have been involved in recent coalition strikes, according to military officials.
Family members of victims at the regional hospital in Helmand’s capital, Lashkar Gah, demanded explanations.
“How could women and children be Taliban?” Majnoon, a resident of Sangin, who said 11 people were killed in his brother’s house in a strike on Thursday, told Reuters. …
Civilian casualties from both American and Afghan air strikes increased dramatically last year, according to the U.N.’s most recent report on threats to civilians.