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Afghanistan: Military Helicopter crashes in Farah province

Afghanistan: Military Helicopter crashes in Farah province

Military Helicopter crashes in Farah province. At least 20 people were on board the chopper at the time of the crash including Farah provincial council members and Zafar Military Corps officials.

Zafar Military Corps spokesman Najibullah Najibi says no one survived: TOLO News



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