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On 1 July 2002 in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, about 30 members of a wedding party were killed by a bomb dropped from an American plane. On 1 July 2002, the United States Air Force carried out an airstrike in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. One of the bombs fell on a wedding party, killing about 30 people and injuring around 60 others. The United States Armed Forces said that their plane had been targeted by anti-aircraft fire shortly beforehand. The Afghan Defence Ministry said that wedding guests had fired bullets into the air in celebration. On 1 July 2002 in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, at least 34 members of a wedding party were killed by a bomb dropped from an American plane. On 1 July 2002, the United States Air Force carried out an airstrike in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. One of the bombs fell on a wedding party, killing at least 34 people and injuring at least 50 others. The United States Armed Forces said that their plane had been targeted by anti-aircraft fire shortly beforehand. The Afghan government said that wedding guests had fired bullets into the air in celebration. On 1 July 2002 in Urugzgan Province, Afghanistan, about 30 members of a wedding party were killed by a bomb dropped from an American plane. On 1 July 2002, the United States Air Force carried out an airstrike in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. One of the bombs fell on a wedding party, killing about 30 people and injuring around 60 others. The United States Armed Forces said that their plane had been targeted by anti-aircraft fire shortly beforehand. The Afghan Defence Ministry said that wedding guests had fired bullets into the air in celebration.
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On 1 July 2002 in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, at least 34 members of a wedding party were killed by a bomb dropped from an American plane. On 1 July 2002, the United States Air Force carried out an airstrike in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. One of the bombs fell on a wedding party, killing at least 34 people and injuring at least 50 others. The United States Armed Forces said that their plane had been targeted by anti-aircraft fire shortly beforehand. The Afghan government said that wedding guests had fired bullets into the air in celebration. On 1 July 2002 in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, about 30 members of a wedding party were killed by a bomb dropped from an American plane. On 1 July 2002, the United States Air Force carried out an airstrike in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. One of the bombs fell on a wedding party, killing about 30 people and injuring around 60 others. The United States Armed Forces said that their plane had been targeted by anti-aircraft fire shortly beforehand. The Afghan Defence Ministry said that wedding guests had fired bullets into the air in celebration. On 1 July 2002 in Urugzgan Province, Afghanistan, about 30 members of a wedding party were killed by a bomb dropped from an American plane. On 1 July 2002, the United States Air Force carried out an airstrike in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. One of the bombs fell on a wedding party, killing about 30 people and injuring around 60 others. The United States Armed Forces said that their plane had been targeted by anti-aircraft fire shortly beforehand. The Afghan Defence Ministry said that wedding guests had fired bullets into the air in celebration.
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