Afghanistan war: Families say homes destroyed by US bombs

Afghanistan’s independent human rights commission says 26 civilians were killed and 24 injured in January.

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    New statistics show the US dropped more than 7,400 bombs on Afghanistan last year, more than any year since 2013.

    And while there are signs of hope of a deal with the Taliban, it is too late for families already caught up in the crossfire.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports.


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