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Civilian Casualties In Afghan War Dip For First Time In Six Years

Feb 19, 2013 (All Things Considered) — The U.N. reports that for the first time in six years, casualties in the Afghan war have decreased. There was sharp drop in the number of dead and wounded attributed to attacks by Afghan government and Western forces.

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