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Afghanistan: Weddings, Hospitals And Children All Things The US-Coalition Bombed

In this video I show how from the start till finish of the Afghan invasion, the US Coalition consistently killed Civilians through airstrikes. This includes children, weddings and a hospital. I am only looking at airstrikes, let alone rouge units, faulty intelligence, messed up raids and looking at other countries like Iraq, Libya, Syria, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and more. The US ended the war with an airstrike killing civilians and children, perfectly illustrating the occupation.

October 30, 2001 HRW Afghanistan: New Civilian Deaths Due To U.S. Bombing -

40 Afghan civilians killed as U.S.-led air strike hits wedding party 5th of November OCHA -

Air strike killed 37 Afghan civilians OCHA - investigation 8th of November -

Wech Baghtu wedding party airstrike -

Haska Meyna wedding party airstrike -

Nine Afghan Boys Collecting Firewood Killed by NATO Helicopters By Alissa J. Rubin and Sangar Rahimi NYT March 2, 2011 -

BBC Afghanistan: Nato air strike kills civilians in Helmand 26 March 2011 -

Afghanistan: Nato air strike kills seven policemen The Telegraph 18 February 2010 -

The Washington Post Years later, a flattened Afghan village reflects on U.S. bombardment By Kevin Sieff August 25th 2013 -

OCHA Reports: US Anti-insurgent Airstrikes Kill Afghan Civilians in Kunduz Nov 4th 2017 -

Saturday, 7 September, 2002, BBC US justifies Afghan wedding bombing -

40% of all civilian casualties from airstrikes in Afghanistan – almost 1,600 – in the last five years were children May 6th 2021 OCHA -

Pentagon: U.S. bombing of Afghanistan hospital not a 'war crime' Barbara Starr-Profile-Image By Barbara Starr and Ryan Browne, CNN April 29, 2016 -

NYT One Bomb. 11 Children Killed. And the Evidence That Implicates the U.S. By Christiaan Triebert, David Botti, Fahim Abed, Jessica Purkiss and Malachy Browne June 3, 2019 -

Pentagon admits killing 10 civilians, including up to 7 children, in Kabul drone strike last month MSNBC FRI, SEP 17 2021 -


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