Attack on civilians in Afghanistan draws widespread condemnation

Afghan officials, on Tuesday, admitted that most of the people killed in the recent Kunduz attack were civilians. The security forces had bombed a religious seminary – where previous claims suggested that the Taliban leadership had gathered – on April 2, killing and wounding more than 100 people. Afghanistan’s UN mission, in a statement, also said that it was investigating reports of serious harm to civilians in the attack.

The attack also drew the ire of Twitter uses both in Afghanistan and abroad:

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