Afghans treated at a hospital following an air strike in Kunduz province, which the UN is investigating for numerous civilian casualties. Photo: APAfghans treated at a hospital following an air strike in Kunduz province, which the UN is investigating for numerous civilian casualties. Photo: AP
Afghans treated at a hospital following an air strike in Kunduz province, which the UN is investigating for numerous civilian casualties. Photo: AP

‘In one, 16, and in another, 21’: Afghan children among dozens buried in mass graves after air strikes on Taliban

The United Nations said its investigators are in the area looking into ‘disturbing reports of serious harm’ to civilians

Topic |   War in Afghanistan
Afghans treated at a hospital following an air strike in Kunduz province, which the UN is investigating for numerous civilian casualties. Photo: APAfghans treated at a hospital following an air strike in Kunduz province, which the UN is investigating for numerous civilian casualties. Photo: AP
Afghans treated at a hospital following an air strike in Kunduz province, which the UN is investigating for numerous civilian casualties. Photo: AP
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