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USA-BUSH/
RTX71G9
June 17, 2008
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) meets with the former Commander of the International Security Assistance...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the former Commander of the International Security Assistance...
U.S. President George W. Bush (R) meets with the former Commander of the International Security Assistance Force U.S. Army Gen. Dan McNeill in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, June 17, 2008. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
USA-BUSH/
RTX71FX
June 17, 2008
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the former Commander of the International Security Assistance...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with U.S. Army Gen. Dan McNeill at the White House in Washington
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the former Commander of the International Security Assistance Force U.S. Army Gen. Dan McNeill in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, June 17, 2008. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
USA-BUSH/
RTX71FG
June 17, 2008
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the former Commander of the International Security Assistance...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with U.S. Army Gen. McNeill and Secretary of Defense Gates at the...
U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the former Commander of the International Security Assistance Force U.S. Army Gen. Dan McNeill (L) and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, June 17, 2008. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1ZBH0
April 10, 2008
General Dan McNeill (L), head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), outgoing commander...
Bagram, Afghanistan
General McNeill, head of NATO's ISAF, outgoing commander Major General Rodriguez and incoming Major General...
General Dan McNeill (L), head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), outgoing commander Major General David M. Rodriguez (2nd L) and incoming Major General Jeffrey J. Schloesser salute during the change of command ceremony between two US military contingents at Bagram air base, north of Kabul, April 10, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1WFKV
January 29, 2008
U.S. General Dan McNeill (L), head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), gestures...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Head of NATO's ISAF US General McNeill gestures to German Defence Minister Jung following their meeting...
U.S. General Dan McNeill (L), head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), gestures to Germany's Defence Minister Franz-Josef Jung following their meeting at the ISAF headquarter in Kabul January 29, 2008. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1WFAE
January 29, 2008
ISAF commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (L) talks to Germany's Defence Minister Franz-Josef Jung during...
Kabul, Afghanistan
ISAF commander US General McNeill talks to German Defence Minister Jung during a meeting at the ISAF...
ISAF commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (L) talks to Germany's Defence Minister Franz-Josef Jung during a meeting at the ISAF headquarter in Kabul January 29, 2008. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTX4JQ9
December 09, 2007
U.S. General Dan McNeill, (L) head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, gives a medal to...
Kabul, Afghanistan
US General Dan McNeill gives a medal to a US soldier during a ceremony in Kabul
U.S. General Dan McNeill, (L) head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, gives a medal to a U.S. soldier during a ceremony in Kabul, December 9, 2007. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1VOI1
November 05, 2007
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, wearing a flak jacket, talks to International Security Assistance Force...
Kabul, Afghanistan
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks to ISAF commander General McNeill in Kabul
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, wearing a flak jacket, talks to International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (R) in Afghanistan's capital Kabul November 3, 2007. Merkel made her first visit to Afghanistan on Saturday. Picture taken November 3. REUTERS/Bundeswehr /Michael Schulze/Pool (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN NATO
RTR1VDXP
October 27, 2007
U.S General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview...
Kabul, Afghanistan
U.S General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force speaks during an interview...
U.S General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview in Kabul October 27, 2007.NATO is taking risks by not sending enough troops to Afghanistan and some countries' restrictions on how and where their soldiers are deployed hampers operations, McNeill said on Saturday. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-NATO/
RTR1VDW8
October 27, 2007
U.S General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview...
Kabul, Afghanistan
U.S General McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview...
U.S General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview in Kabul October 27, 2007. NATO is taking risks by not sending enough troops to Afghanistan and some countries' restrictions on how and where their soldiers are deployed hampers operations, NATO's Commander said on Saturday. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-NATO/
RTR1VDUN
October 27, 2007
U.S General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview...
Kabul, Afghanistan
U.S General McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview...
U.S General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview in Kabul October 27, 2007. NATO is taking risks by not sending enough troops to Afghanistan and some countries' restrictions on how and where their soldiers are deployed hampers operations, NATO's commander said on Saturday. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN-NATO/
RTR1VDUH
October 27, 2007
U.S. General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview...
Kabul, Afghanistan
U.S. General McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview...
U.S. General Dan McNeill, head of NATO's International Security Assistance Force, speaks during an interview in Kabul October 27, 2007. NATO is taking risks by not sending enough troops to Afghanistan and some countries' restrictions on how and where their soldiers are deployed hampers operations, NATO's commander said on Saturday. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1OD5E
April 06, 2007
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill presents the ISAF flag...
Kabul, Afghanistan
ISAF Commander US General McNeill presents flag to Turkish General Erdem during a handover ceremony in...
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill presents the ISAF flag to Turkish General Kasim Erdem (L) during a handover ceremony for the Kabul regional command of ISAF in Kabul April 6, 2007. The Turkish Task Force took over the Kabul area command of the ISAF from the French army on Friday. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1OD5C
April 06, 2007
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (C), flanked by French...
Kabul, Afghanistan
ISAF Commander US General McNeill, French General de Villiers and Turkish General Erdem attend handover...
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (C), flanked by French General Pierre de Villiers (L) and Turkish General Kasim Erdem, reviews Turkish soldiers during a handover ceremony for the Kabul regional command of ISAF in Kabul April 6, 2007. The Turkish Task Force took over the Kabul area command of the ISAF from the French army on Friday. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1OD5B
April 06, 2007
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (C), flanked by French...
Kabul, Afghanistan
ISAF Commander US General McNeill, French General de Villiers and Turkish General Erdem attend handover...
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (C), flanked by French General Pierre de Villiers (R) and Turkish General Kasim Erdem, attend the handover ceremony for the Kabul regional command of ISAF in Kabul April 6, 2007. The Turkish Task Force took over the Kabul area command of the ISAF from the French army on Friday. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1OD57
April 06, 2007
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (L, center) flanked...
Kabul, Afghanistan
ISAF Commander US General McNeill salutes soldiers during handover ceremony in Kabul
International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander U.S. General Dan McNeill (L, center) flanked by French General Pierre de Villiers and Turkish General Kasim Erdem salute soldiers during a handover ceremony for the Kabul regional command of ISAF in Kabul April 6, 2007. The Turkish Task Force took over the Kabul area command of the ISAF from the French army on Friday. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN/
RTR1LYYZ
February 04, 2007
(L-R) NATO's new commander in Afghanistan U.S. General Dan McNeill, Commander Allied Joint Force Command...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Richards, Karzai, Ramms and McNeill attend a change of command ceremony in Kabul
(L-R) NATO's new commander in Afghanistan U.S. General Dan McNeill, Commander Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum German General Egon Ramms, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards attend a change of command ceremony in Kabul February 4, 2007. The United States, which has just doubled its combat troops in Afghanistan, takes over command of the 33,000-strong NATO force in the country on Sunday amid warnings of a bloody spring offensive by the Taliban. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN/
RTR1LYYU
February 04, 2007
NATO's new commander in Afghanistan U.S. General Dan McNeill walks to the podium during NATO's change...
Kabul, Afghanistan
U.S. General Dan Mcneill walks to podium during NATO's change of command ceremony in Kabul
NATO's new commander in Afghanistan U.S. General Dan McNeill walks to the podium during NATO's change of command ceremony in Kabul February 4, 2007. The United States, which has just doubled its combat troops in Afghanistan, takes over command of the 33,000-strong NATO force in the country on Sunday amid warnings of a bloody spring offensive by the Taliban. Second from right is Afghan President Hamid Karzai and right is outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN/
RTR1LYYS
February 04, 2007
Outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards (R) hugs NATO's new commander in...
Kabul, Afghanistan
British General David Richards hugs U.S. General Dan McNeill in Kabul
Outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards (R) hugs NATO's new commander in Afghanistan U.S. General Dan McNeill during NATO's change of command ceremony in Kabul February 4, 2007. The United States, which has just doubled its combat troops in Afghanistan, takes over command of the 33,000-strong NATO force in the country on Sunday amid warnings of a bloody spring offensive by the Taliban. Second from left is Afghan President Hamid Karzai and left is Commander Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum German General Egon Ramms. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
AFGHAN/
RTR1LYYO
February 04, 2007
(R-L) Outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards, Afghan President Hamid Karzai...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Richards, Karzai and McNeill attend a change of command ceremony in Kabul
(R-L) Outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and NATO's new commander in Afghanistan U.S. General Dan McNeill attend a change of command ceremony in Kabul February 4, 2007. The United States, which has just doubled its combat troops in Afghanistan, takes over command of the 33,000-strong NATO force in the country on Sunday amid warnings of a bloody spring offensive by the Taliban. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
US-AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1LKLE
January 24, 2007
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) and U.S. President George W. Bush meet Gen. Dan McNeill (R) in the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
US President Bush meets with the incoming NATO commander for Afghanistan in Washington
U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) and U.S. President George W. Bush meet Gen. Dan McNeill (R) in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington January 24, 2007. McNeill is the incoming commander for NATO's international security assistance force in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
AFGHANISTAN
RTROCUC
May 27, 2003
American Lieutenant General Dan K. McNeill (facing camera) transfers
authority as he hands over the...
Bagram, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AMERICAN LIEUTENANT MCNEILL AND GENERAL VINES DURING A CEREMONY IN
BAGRAM.
American Lieutenant General Dan K. McNeill (facing camera) transfers
authority as he hands over the coalition joint task force flag to Major
General John R. Vines during a ceremony in Bagram, May 27, 2003.
McNeill handed over the charge of 11,500 coalition troops to Vines. The
Americans will continue commanding coalition troops which are based in
various parts of Afghanistan in pursuit of members of ousted Taliban
and its al Qaeda allies. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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AFDGHANISTAN
RTROCT6
May 27, 2003
American Lieutenant General Dan K. McNeill (R) and Major General John
R. Vines (L) attend the ceremony...
Bagram, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AMERICAN LIEUTENANT MCNEILL AND GENERAL VINES DURING A CEREMONY IN
BAGRAM.
American Lieutenant General Dan K. McNeill (R) and Major General John
R. Vines (L) attend the ceremony to transfer command over the coalition
forces in Afghanistan at Bagram, May 27, 2003. McNeill handed over the
charge of 11,500 coalition troops to Vines. The Americans will continue
commanding coalition troops which are based in various parts of
Afghanistan in pursuit of members of ousted Taliban and its al Qaeda
allies. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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AFGAN GENERAL
RTRKKU9
March 21, 2003
Lieutenant-General Dan McNeill, commander of coalition forces in
Afghanistan, speaks during an interview...
Bagram, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US COMMANDER OF COALITION FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN INTERVIEWED IN BAGRAM.
Lieutenant-General Dan McNeill, commander of coalition forces in
Afghanistan, speaks during an interview in Bagram on March 21, 2003.
McNeill told Reuters that an operation launched Thursday morning in
southern Afghanistan was part of a campaign to destroy remnants of the
ousted Taliban and al Qaeda network and that more operations were
planned. troops. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw

JS/RCS
AFGAN GENERAL
RTRKKSC
March 21, 2003
Lieutenant-General Dan McNeill, commander of coalition forces in
Afghanistan, speaks during an interview...
Bagram, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US COMMANDER OF COALITION FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN INTERVIEWED IN BAGRAM.
Lieutenant-General Dan McNeill, commander of coalition forces in
Afghanistan, speaks during an interview in Bagram on March 21, 2003.
McNeill told Reuters that an operation launched Thursday morning in
southern Afghanistan was part of a campaign to destroy remnants of the
ousted Taliban and al Qaeda network and that more operations were
planned. troops. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw

JS/RCS
AFGHAN LADEN
RTRI4QR
February 12, 2003
South Korean military doctor Captain Seok Guk Jin holds his certificate
presented to him by the commander...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
A SOUTH KOREAN MILITARY DOCTOR HOLDS HIS CERTIFICATE AT BAGRAM AIR BASE
IN AFGHANISTAN.
South Korean military doctor Captain Seok Guk Jin holds his certificate
presented to him by the commander of the U.S.-led coalition forces
Lieutenant-General Dan Mcneill during the inauguration of the South
Korean hospital inside Bagram air base in Afghanistan February 12,
2003. The two-storey hospital has fifty beds and can accomodate up to
150 patients a day. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

EDC/FA
AFGHAN-U.S.-GENERAL
RTRBKSM
October 04, 2002
U.S. Commanding Lt. General Dan McNeill gestures during a Reuters
interview at the U.S. military headquarters...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US COMMANDING LT. GENERAL DAN MCNEILL GESTURES DURING A REUTERS
INTERVIEW IN BAGRAM.
U.S. Commanding Lt. General Dan McNeill gestures during a Reuters
interview at the U.S. military headquarters in Bagram, 50 km (31 miles)
north of Kabul October 4, 2002. Just ahead of the first anniversary of
the start of U.S. military operations in Afghanistan the commanding
U.S. general says they have gone far better than expected and will
continue until the country is stable and no longer a viable base for
terrorists. REUTERS/Frankie Fathers

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AFGHANISTAN
RTR7P1B
July 15, 2002
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defence, Paul Wolfowitz (L) speaks with
General Dan McNeill, in charge of task...
Mazar E Sherif, Afghanistan
U.S. DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENCE, PAUL WOLFOWITZ SPEAKS WITH GENERAL
DAN MCNEILL IN MAZAR-I-SHERIF.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defence, Paul Wolfowitz (L) speaks with
General Dan McNeill, in charge of task force 180 at the airport in the
northern Afghan town of Mazar-i-Sherif on July 15, 2002. Wolfowitz is
in Afghanistan on a one-day visit during which he met with leaders in
Kabul and Mazar-e-Sherif. REUTERS/Natalie Behring/POOL

ZH/AH
AFGHANISTAN
RTXLE02
July 06, 2002
-POOR QUALITY VIDEO DOCUMENT- Villagers stand by a hole they say was caused by U.S. bombing during a...
Deh Rawoud, Afghanistan
-POOR QUALITY VIDEO DOCUMENT- Villagers stand by a hole they say was caused by U.S. bombing during a.....
-POOR QUALITY VIDEO DOCUMENT- Villagers stand by a hole they say was caused by U.S. bombing during a raid on several villages close to Deh Rawud in central Afghanistan, in television footage taken earlier this week. [U.S. General Dan McNeill promised a formal probe on July 6, 2002 into the U.S. bombing raid which occured on July 1, after preliminary investigations established there had been civilian casualties. Footage taken July 3 and 4, 2002.]
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79LR
July 06, 2002
An Afghan walks past graffiti depicting a U.S. bombing raid on several
villages close to Deh Rawud in...
Deh Rawoud, Afghanistan
MAN WALKS PAST GRAFFITI DEPICTING US BOMBING RAID IN AFGHANISTAN.
An Afghan walks past graffiti depicting a U.S. bombing raid on several
villages close to Deh Rawud in central Afghanistan, in television
footage taken earlier this week. U.S. General Dan McNeill promised a
formal probe on July 6, 2002 into the U.S. bombing raid which occured
on July 1, after preliminary investigations established there had been
civilian casualties. Footage taken July 3 and 4, 2002. REUTERS/Pool

CRB
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79LJ
July 06, 2002
An unidentified woman shows injuries said to have been sustained during
a U.S. bombing raid on several...
Deh Rawoud, Afghanistan
WOMAN SHOWS INJURIES SAID TO HAVE BEEN SUSTAINED DURING US BOMBING RAID
IN AFGHANISTAN.
An unidentified woman shows injuries said to have been sustained during
a U.S. bombing raid on several villages close to Deh Rawud in central
Afghanistan, in television footage taken earlier this week. U.S.
General Dan McNeill promised a formal probe on July 6, 2002 into the
U.S. bombing raid which occured on July 1, after preliminary
investigations established there had been civilian casualties. Footage
taken July 3 and 4, 2002. REUTERS/Pool

CRB
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79LB
July 06, 2002
An unidentified girl said to have been injured during a U.S. bombing
raid on several villages close...
Deh Rawoud, Afghanistan
GIRL SAID TO BE WOUNDED DURING US BOMBING RAID IN AFGANISTAN.
An unidentified girl said to have been injured during a U.S. bombing
raid on several villages close to Deh Rawud in central Afghanistan, is
seen in television footage taken earlier this week. U.S. General Dan
McNeill promised a formal probe on July 6, 2002 into the U.S. bombing
raid which occured on July 1, after preliminary investigations
established there had been civilian casualties. Footage taken July 3
and 4, 2002. REUTERS/Pool

CRB
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79L4
July 06, 2002
Villagers stand by a hole they say was caused by U.S. bombing during a
raid on several villages close...
Deh Rawoud, Afghanistan
VILLAGERS STAND BY HOLE THEY SAY CAUSED BY US BOMBING IN AFGANISTAN.
Villagers stand by a hole they say was caused by U.S. bombing during a
raid on several villages close to Deh Rawud in central Afghanistan, in
television footage taken earlier this week. U.S. General Dan McNeill
promised a formal probe on July 6, 2002 into the U.S. bombing raid
which occured on July 1, after preliminary investigations established
there had been civilian casualties. Footage taken July 3 and 4, 2002.
REUTERS/Pool

CRB
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79JK
July 06, 2002
U.S. General Dan McNeill talks to journalists during a joint press
conference in Kabul on July 6, 2002....
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US GENERAL DAN MCNEILL TALKS TO JOURNALISTS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN
KABUL.
U.S. General Dan McNeill talks to journalists during a joint press
conference in Kabul on July 6, 2002. McNeill promised a formal probe on
Saturday into a U.S. bombing raid in central Afghanistan, after
preliminary investigations established there had been civilian
casualties. McNeill said the Afghan people had reported 48 people died
and 117 people were wounded in the raid on several villages close to
Deh Rawud in the rugged central province of Uruzgan in the early hours
of July 1. REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/CP
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79HF
July 06, 2002
Afghan Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah (R) arrives with U.S. General
Dan McNeill (L) for a joint...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AFGHAN FOREIGN MINISTER ABDULLAH ABDULLAH ARRIVES ATA JOINT NEWS
CONFERENCE IN KABUL.
Afghan Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah (R) arrives with U.S. General
Dan McNeill (L) for a joint press conference in Kabul on July 6, 2002.
McNeill promised a formal probe on Saturday into a U.S. bombing raid in
central Afghanistan, after preliminary investigations established there
had been civilian casualties. McNeill said the Afghan people had
reported 48 people died and 117 people were wounded in the raid on
several villages close to Deh Rawud in the rugged central province of
Uruzgan in the early hours of July 1. REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/CP
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79HA
July 06, 2002
U.S. General Dan McNeill (R) talks to journalists as Afghan Foreign
Minister Abdullah Abdullah listens...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US GENERAL DAN MCNEILL SPEAKS TO JOURNALISTS DURING A JOINT NEWS
CONFERENCE IN KABUL.
U.S. General Dan McNeill (R) talks to journalists as Afghan Foreign
Minister Abdullah Abdullah listens during a joint press conference in
Kabul on July 6, 2002. McNeill promised a formal probe on Saturday into
a U.S. bombing raid in central Afghanistan, after preliminary
investigations established there had been civilian casualties. McNeill
said the Afghan people had reported 48 people died and 117 people were
wounded in the raid on several villages close to Deh Rawud in the
rugged central province of Uruzgan in the early hours of July 1.
REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/CP
AFGHAN BOMBING
RTR79H3
July 06, 2002
Afghan Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah (L) speaks as U.S. General
Dan McNeill listens during a joint...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AFGHAN FOREIGN MINISTER ABDULLAH SPEAKS AT A JOINT PRESS CONFERENCE IN
KABUL.
Afghan Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah (L) speaks as U.S. General
Dan McNeill listens during a joint press conference in Kabul on July 6,
2002. McNeill promised a formal probe on Saturday into a U.S. bombing
raid in central Afghanistan, after preliminary investigations
established there had been civilian casualties. McNeill said the Afghan
people had reported 48 people died and 117 people were wounded in the
raid on several villages close to Deh Rawud in the rugged central
province of Uruzgan in the early hours of July 1. REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/CP
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