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US commits to offer 'condolence payments' to relatives of 10 Afghan civilians wrongly killed in drone strike

Sky News Saturday, 16 October 2021
US commits to offer 'condolence payments' to relatives of 10 Afghan civilians wrongly killed in drone strikeThe US has promised condolence payments to the relatives of 10 civilians killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan.
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EU Special envoy on Afghanistan says lauds India's offer of humanitarian support to Kabul

Niklasson has come to Delhi from Doha where he had talks with the Taliban delegation led by its Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi.
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'We are increasingly concerned': Police search for newly arrived Afghan boy, 11, last seen going to play football

An 11-year-old boy who recently arrived in the UK from Afghanistan has gone missing.
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Pakistan puts conditions on allowing transit facility for India’s aid to Afghanistan | Oneindia News [Video]

Pakistan puts conditions on allowing transit facility for India’s aid to Afghanistan | Oneindia News

Pakistan has sent a list of conditions to India before allowing Indian aid to reach Afghanistan. Firstly, Pakistan insists the supplies to be transported by Pakistani trucks. Secondly, Pakistan wants to levy shipment charges on aid being sent to Afghanistan. #Afghanistan #Indian #Pakistan

Credit: Oneindia    Duration: 01:54Published

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