Taliban release anti-NATO video

The Taliban has released a video alleging to show the damage done to people's homes by NATO troops.



    The Taliban in Afghanistan is taking aim at US and NATO forces, this time through pictures.

    It has released a video alleging to show the damage done to people's homes by NATO troops.  

    The video's release comes amid rising criticism of foreign troops, and how they are handling the issue of compensation. 

    NATO has agreed to reimburse those who suffered during Operation Omaid, a clearing operation for new roads to be laid or mines and bombs to be destroyed.

    Al Jazeera's Sue Turton reports from Kandahar.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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