UN reports rise in Afghan civilian deaths and injuries – BBC News

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The number of civilians killed and wounded in the conflict in Afghanistan rose 14% last year, the UN says. Nearly 3,000 civilians were killed and more than 5,600 were injured in 2013. The report said the gradual withdrawal of foreign troops left Afghan
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