UNAMA CALLS ON ANTI-GOVERNMENT ELEMENTS TO CEASE ATTACKS IN CIVILIAN POPULATED AREAS
KABUL, 8 August 2015 – Three attacks by Anti-Government Elements in Kabul on 7 August caused at least 355 civilian casualties – 42 deaths and 313 injured – the highest number of civilians killed and injured in one day since the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) began systematically recording civilian casualties in 2009. The attacks
also caused extensive damage to civilian homes and property.
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