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U.N.: U.S.-Led Strike Killed Dozens Of Afghan Children

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U.N.: U.S.-Led Strike Killed Dozens Of Afghan Children

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U.N.: U.S.-Led Strike Killed Dozens Of Afghan Children

U.N.: U.S.-Led Strike Killed Dozens Of Afghan Children

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The Afghan government is demanding that the U.S. and NATO presence there come under greater scrutiny. The move comes after the U.N. determined a U.S.-led air strike last week killed 90 civilians, most of them children.

Alex Chadwick talks to the Washington Post's Candace Rondeaux about a recent upswing in civilian deaths and what that means for the future of coalition troops in Afghanistan.