Tensions rise over Afghan civilian deaths (AP) – 28th Edition

File photo of a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan in Wardak province, west of Kabul. Although the situation varies across Afghanistan, Wardak highlights how the Taliban's newest recruits have of late shown greater flexibility over social issues, nearly 10 years since they were forced out of government.(AFP/File)AP – An investigation into claims that international troops killed scores of civilians in northeast Afghanistan escalated into a feud Tuesday between President Hamid Karzai and senior U.S. military officials who cited a report that Afghan parents have been known to discipline children by burning their hands and feet.

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