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Afghan protest over Nato raid
Villagers block highway saying Nato raid killed at least three innocent civilians.
Last Modified: 12 Aug 2010 20:28 GMT



Nato forces have claimed a victory in eastern Afghanistan, saying they have captured a key Taliban commander.

But the raid that led to that success may have come at a heavy price, as Afghans have vented their anger over three villagers killed in the assault.

Clayton Swisher reports.

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