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Record-high number of civilian casualties in Afghanistan: UN Report

New York: Afghanistan has seen record-high levels of civilian casualties in the third quarter of 2019, stemming mainly from the violence between rival political party supporters, the UN Assistance Mission in the country (UNAMA) revealed in a report published Thursday, which concluded that more must be done to protect the country’s people.

3,812 civilians killed and wounded in first half of 2019 in Afghanistan: UNAMA

Kabul, July 30 (IBNS): The conflict in Afghanistan continues to have a devastating impact on civilians, with the latest UN update released today documenting 3,812 civilian casualties (1,366 deaths and 2,446 injured) in the first half of 2019.