Citing data from the United Nations, The Guardian reports on the impacts of the war in Afghanistan last year.
More than 10,000 civilians were killed or injured in the violent attacks in the war in Afghanistan last year, the United Nations has said.
The annual report released on 15 February by the UN’s mission in Afghanistan (Unama) showed the figure had dropped by 9% in 2017, compared with the previous year.
Author Haroon Janjua
News Site The Guardian
Date Published February 16, 2018
Article Link ‘Unspeakable numbers’: 10,000 civilians killed or injured in Afghanistan in 2017
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