The report also cited the killing of "nine members of one family, including four girls and two boys," who were reportedly killed on Thursday morning, "when an explosive remnant of war detonated inside a home in Kunduz," reported TOLOnews.,basketball hall of fame tour
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He emphasised that the family became hopeless. Further, Abdullah said that the child is now under "treatment by the Red Cross and (they) made an artificial leg for him.",soccer leagues in europe explained
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"We are also concerned about the number of children killed by explosive devices so far this year. The death of one child is heartbreaking," said Samantha Mort, chief of communication, advocacy and civic engagement for UNICEF, according to TOLOnews.,soccer am stream
For years Afghan children have been struggling with poverty and malnutrition, according to UNICEF.,basketball manager 2018