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Topic - Niaz Mohammad Sarhadi
The governor of Zhari district, Niaz Mohammad Sarhadi, contacted by Agence France-Presse, said the strike was aimed at Taliban fighters planting roadside mines in the area but missed its target and hit residential areas nearby.
Niaz Mohammad Sarhadi said that the shootings occurred at 3 a.m. and that NATO troops returned fire and killed the man and an Afghan soldier.