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Between seven and 14 women in eastern Laghman province were killed in a Nato airstrike aimed at insurgents Sunday morning, local residents claimed Sunday.
Nato confirmed the deaths later Sunday afternoon after earlier denying the reports.
Hundreds of university students in the main towns of Kabul and Herat peacefully demonstrated on Sunday against a film produced in the US and deemed offensive to Islam saying the US would only create more enemies by allowing such material.
"Anyone else who watches this film will not react in an academic way -- they would react strongly against the film which will harm the US the most," a protestor from Kabul University told TOLOnews, adding that such productions make the Muslim nations declare Jihad against the US.
Pakistan has agreed to allow Afghan refugees to stay in the country for another three years, Afghan Minister of Refugees and Repatriations Jamahir Anwari said on Sunday.
The decision was the result of trilateral discussions between Afghanistan, Pakistan and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR), Anwari said at a press conference in Kabul.