US targets civilians again in Afghanistan: 21 dead
The United States has slaughtered at least 21 civilians in air strikes in the south of Afghanistan.
According to local news sources in Afghanistan, the US carried out air strikes targeting civilians last night in the town of Siny, in the southern part of the city of Hilmend in southern Afghanistan. At least 21 people lost their lives in the attacks.
While the US government carried out the attacks with the Kabul government, it was stated that the majority of those killed in the attacks were from 2 families.
A mosque and 3 houses were reported to be targeted in the attacks.
The US and the Kabul government have recently increased their attacks and massacres against civilians in Afghanistan.
It is said that the US has increased its attacks in Afghanistan as part of the new South Asian strategy and therefore serious increases have occurred in civilian casualties.
In another US' attack on January 24 in the district of Sengin, Hilmend, at least 13 civilians were killed.