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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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Photos reportedly showing the munition that was used in the recent U.S. strike on Kabul were published online. The names and ranks of US Air Force servicemen who died in the August 26 terrorist attack are written on the munition.

According to the Pentagon, the strike targeted ISIS terrorists who were preparing another attack at the Kabul airport.

Local sources claimed that at least six people were killed by the strike, including four children. The victims were not linked to ISIS. Two men who were killed allegedly served in the Afghan Armed Forces in Baghlan province. Another men was said to had worked as an interpreter for the US Armed Forces.

Photos allegedly showing the victims were also shared online.

In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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In Photos: Victims And Aftermath Of U.S. Strike

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