NATO: No Evidence Of Civilian Deaths By Rocket

By: AP
By: AP

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) NATO says it's seen nothing that would back up a claim by Afghanistan's president that more than 50 civilians were killed by a NATO rocket attack last Friday in southern Afghanistan. A statement from Hamid Karzai's office says Afghan intelligence officials determiend that a NATO rocket hit a village, and that women and children were among the dead.

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) Pakistan is on the defensive, after the leak of tens of thousands of U.S. military documents on the war in Afghanistan. Afghan officials say the documents show that the war can't end until terrorist havens in neighboring countries are shut down. Pakistani officials, meanwhile, say the charges that their intelligence service is linked to the Taliban are still unsubstantiated.

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