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The top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan has said that five U.S. soldiers were injured in a battle against militants in eastern Afghanistan who call themselves Islamic State (IS).
Turkey on July 26 widened its crackdown after a failed coup by detaining the top Turkish military generals that are serving as part of NATO forces in Afghanistan.
The United Nations mission in Kabul says civilian casualties in the Afghan conflict reached a record high in the first half of 2016, with children in particular paying a heavy price as militant groups step up fighting.
Afghanistan is marking a day of mourning on July 24 for more than 80 people who were killed in a suicide bombing that targeted peaceful protesters in Kabul on July 23.
An Indian charity worker kidnapped in the Afghan capital last month has been released, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj announced on July 23.
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