(Reuters)
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U.S. strike kills civilians in Kabul
Clashes broke out in Kabul after militants attacked the city’s airport, where U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis had landed hours earlier. U.S. forces later launched an airstrike that accidentally killed several civilians in Afghanistan's capital.
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