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Two US troops killed fighting Taliban in Afghanistan, civilians hit by airstrikes - Talk Media News;

Two US troops killed fighting Taliban in Afghanistan, civilians hit by airstrikes - Talk Media News

Talk Media NewsTwo US troops killed fighting Taliban in Afghanistan, civilians hit by airstrikesTalk Media NewsU.S. service members operating in a NATO mission came under fire from the Taliban in northern Afghanistan. About 30 civilians are reported to have been killed after airstrikes hit the area. UPDATE: 4 November 2016, 2:37 PM EST. The Defense Department ...and more »

Fort Carson soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says - KOAA.com | Continuous News | Colorado Springs and Pueblo - KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News;

Fort Carson soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says - KOAA.com | Continuous News | Colorado Springs and Pueblo - KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News

KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo NewsFort Carson soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says - KOAA.com | Continuous News | Colorado Springs and PuebloKOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo NewsThe Defense Department has identified two soldiers killed in Afghanistan as members of the 10th Special Forces Group at Fort Carson, Colorado. The military said Friday that 30-year-old Capt. Andrew D. Byers of Rolesville, North Carolina, and 34-year ...and more »

Battles of Kunduz: US/Afghan “Friendly Fire” - Dissident Voice

Battles of Kunduz: US/Afghan “Friendly Fire”Dissident VoiceThe first “Battle of Kunduz” took place from April to October 2015 for control of the city, where Taliban forces were playing cat and mouse for months and finally overran the city, forcing government forces to flee. The capture marked the first time ...and more »

26 civilians killed during raid on Taliban in Afghanistan (WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS) - New York Daily News;

26 civilians killed during raid on Taliban in Afghanistan (WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS) - New York Daily News

New York Daily News26 civilians killed during raid on Taliban in Afghanistan (WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS)New York Daily NewsKABUL, Afghanistan — A joint U.S.-Afghan raid Thursday against the Taliban involving NATO airstrikes left 26 civilians and three Afghan troops dead, and two U.S. soldiers were killed in a separate incident, Western and local officials said, as ...and more »

US-Afghan raid on Taliban leaves more than 20 dead, including US troops - ABC Online;

US-Afghan raid on Taliban leaves more than 20 dead, including US troops - ABC Online

ABC OnlineUS-Afghan raid on Taliban leaves more than 20 dead, including US troopsABC OnlineA US-Afghan raid against the Taliban, involving NATO airstrikes, left 26 civilians, three Afghan troops and two US service members dead, officials say. Key points: 26 civilians, three Afghan troops and two US troops dead; Afghan authorities ...and more »

Two US soldiers killed, two injured in Afghanistan - Press TV;

Two US soldiers killed, two injured in Afghanistan - Press TV

Press TVTwo US soldiers killed, two injured in AfghanistanPress TVMedics carry a stretcher with a seriously wounded US soldier in Afghanistan. (File photo by AFP). Two US soldiers have been killed and two others injured in operations against the Taliban militant group around the northern city of Kunduz in Afghanistan ...and more »

26 civilians, two US service members killed in clash with Taliban in Kunduz - The Japan Times;

26 civilians, two US service members killed in clash with Taliban in Kunduz - The Japan Times

The Japan Times26 civilians, two US service members killed in clash with Taliban in KunduzThe Japan TimesKABUL/KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN – A joint U.S.-Afghan raid Thursday against the Taliban involving NATO airstrikes left 26 civilians, three Afghan troops and two U.S. service members dead, Western and local officials said, as investigators worked to ...and more »

2 US troops, 30 Afghan civilians dead in Kunduz, sources say - CNN;

2 US troops, 30 Afghan civilians dead in Kunduz, sources say - CNN

CNN2 US troops, 30 Afghan civilians dead in Kunduz, sources sayCNN(CNN) Two US service members were killed in Afghanistan's Kunduz province, the US military said Thursday. Their deaths came during an operation that Kunduz officials say also left 30 Afghan civilians dead. "On behalf of all of US Forces - Afghanistan ...and more »

Trump and Clinton have been largely silent on America's longest ongoing war - PBS NewsHour;

Trump and Clinton have been largely silent on America's longest ongoing war - PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHourTrump and Clinton have been largely silent on America's longest ongoing warPBS NewsHourA U.S. Marine from the First Battalion Eighth Marines Alpha Company looks out as an evening storm gathers above an outpost near Kunjak in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province. Photo by Finbarr O'Reilly/Reuters. WASHINGTON — Donald Trump and ...and more »

Afghanistan: a mere footnote in the US election - The New Arab;

Afghanistan: a mere footnote in the US election - The New Arab

The New ArabAfghanistan: a mere footnote in the US electionThe New ArabAmerica's occupation in Afghanistan is its longest military engagement overseas in history. Shortly after 9/11 in October 2001, the US government with its NATO allies launched its invasion of Afghanistan to hunt down Osama Bin Laden, and overthrew the ...and more »

Dozens of civilians and two US soldiers killed in Afghanistan - Irish Times;

Dozens of civilians and two US soldiers killed in Afghanistan - Irish Times

Irish TimesDozens of civilians and two US soldiers killed in AfghanistanIrish TimesDozens of Afghan civilians were killed on Thursday in air strikes called in when US and local troops came under heavy fire during an operation in the north of the country in which two American service members also died. Afghan officials said there was ...and more »

NATO and government forces are increasingly responsible for Afghan civilian deaths - Washington Post;

NATO and government forces are increasingly responsible for Afghan civilian deaths - Washington Post

Washington PostNATO and government forces are increasingly responsible for Afghan civilian deathsWashington PostThis year is well on its way to be the deadliest for Afghan civilians since the United Nations mission there began documenting those numbers seven years ago. An incident Thursday is a particularly tragic example of how more and more of those deaths are ...and more »

Dozens of Afghan civilians, two US service members killed in clashes in north - Reuters

Dozens of Afghan civilians, two US service members killed in clashes in northReutersKUNDUZ, Afghanistan Dozens of Afghan civilians were killed on Thursday in air strikes called in when U.S. and local troops came under heavy fire during an operation in the north of the country in which two American service members also died. Afghan ...and more »

Two US service members killed in Afghanistan - SOFREP (press release) (subscription);

Two US service members killed in Afghanistan - SOFREP (press release) (subscription)

SOFREP (press release) (subscription)Two US service members killed in AfghanistanSOFREP (press release) (subscription)Two US service members have been killed and an additional four were wounded while assisting Afghan security forces in Kunduz, Afghanistan. The names of the service members have not been released yet, pending the notification of their families.and more »

Thirty civilians die in airstrike called to protect US and Afghan troops - The Guardian;

Thirty civilians die in airstrike called to protect US and Afghan troops - The Guardian

The GuardianThirty civilians die in airstrike called to protect US and Afghan troopsThe GuardianAfghan security force members taking part in a military operation against Taliban militants in Kunduz in September. Photograph: Xinhua/Barcroft Images. US news. Thirty civilians die in airstrike called to protect US and Afghan troops. Attack in Kunduz ...and more »

2 US troops killed fighting Taliban in Afghanistan; civilians hit by airstrike - Washington Post;

2 US troops killed fighting Taliban in Afghanistan; civilians hit by airstrike - Washington Post

Washington Post2 US troops killed fighting Taliban in Afghanistan; civilians hit by airstrikeWashington PostKABUL — At least 26 Afghan civilians were killed and many others injured in airstrikes early Thursday while NATO and Afghan forces were battling Taliban fighters in northern Kunduz province, Afghan officials and witnesses said. Two American service ...and more »

Deadly Air Strike Prompts Angry Protests In Afghanistan - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty;

Deadly Air Strike Prompts Angry Protests In Afghanistan - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyDeadly Air Strike Prompts Angry Protests In AfghanistanRadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyAfghan officials say at least 30 civilians, including women and children, have been killed and dozens more wounded in an air strike in the country's north. Grim protests erupted in Kunduz after the November 3 bombing on the outskirts of the city, with ...and more »

US service members, civilians killed in Afghanistan - USA TODAY;

US service members, civilians killed in Afghanistan - USA TODAY

USA TODAYUS service members, civilians killed in AfghanistanUSA TODAYTwo American service members were killed and four others wounded after they came under fire in northern Afghanistan on Thursday, U.S. military officials said. They were on a mission with the Afghan military to clear a Taliban position and disrupt the ...and more »

240 dead in shipwrecks - Castanet.net;

240 dead in shipwrecks - Castanet.net

Castanet.net240 dead in shipwrecksCastanet.netSurvivors say as many as 240 people have died in two shipwrecks off Libya, the U.N. refugee agency reported Thursday, bringing this year's toll to more than 4,220 migrants dead or missing in risky Mediterranean Sea crossings, the highest count on record.and more »

26 civilians killed in anti-Taliban raid in Kunduz - The Hindu

26 civilians killed in anti-Taliban raid in KunduzThe HinduU.S. and Afghan forces came under fire on Thursday while targeting senior Taliban commanders during a joint operation in northern Kunduz province, calling in airstrikes during an assault that killed 26 civilians, three local troops and two American ...and more »