Afghans still waiting for justice over 2008 US bombing

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On July 6, 2008, a US airstrike in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province turned a wedding into carnage. These people were walking the bride to the groom’s house when there were hit by the US missiles.

The attack left 47 Afghan civilians dead, including women and children. Fourteen years on, relatives of the victims say they are still grieving their losses in what they call a horrific and unjustified attack.

The 20-year invasion of Afghanistan by the US has left Afghans with sad and heartbreaking memories. People here say they will neither forget nor forgive the US crimes and its rights violations in their country.





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