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Many civilians killed by international forces
"Many civilians killed by the international forces,"

"the Civilians in Afghanistan are killed to a greater extent by international and afghan forces than by the taliban and other insurgent groups, according to a new report from the UN office Unama."

"the united states has stepped up its lufträder in the country at the same time as talks on the peace treaty in progress with the taliban, which now control or have influence over large parts of the country than ever since 2001."

"the united states is the only member state in the international coalition in Afghanistan, which help with air support in the conflict."

"During the first three months of 2019 low international and afghan forces behind the 305 civilas death. At the same time killed the rebel groups 227 people, according to Unamas quarterly report."

"most of The deaths were a result of lufträder or ground operations, mainly carried out by US-backed afghan forces."

"Unama began to keep statistics on civilian casualties in 2009. The new report is the first to show that u.s. and afghan forces killed more civilians than rebel groups."

"in Total, the number of civilian victims, with 23%, according to the report, compared with the same quarter of 2018."

"a Total of 1 773 victims recorded during the first quarter of this year, 581 dead and 1 192 injured. This is the lowest kvartalssiffran since 2013."

"During the whole of 2018 killed 2 804 civilians in Afghanistan, the highest number to date, according to Unama."

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