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Report: Afghanistan sees increase in civilian casualties

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Report: Afghanistan sees increase in civilian casualties

Report: Afghanistan sees increase in civilian casualties

Almost 11,000 civilians were killed in the country in 2018 and the Taliban is in a stronger military position now than at any point since 2001.

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