KABUL (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters blocked a road in Kabul on Monday accusing U.S.-led troops of killing three members of a family, including two children, in a raid in the city, residents and witnesses said.
NATO and U.S. military officials could not be reached for comment on the allegation, the latest in a string of incidents that have angered Afghans and caused a split between the Afghan government and foreign troops.
Residents said U.S.-led troops carried out a pre-dawn raid in Hud Kheil area in the eastern quarter of Kabul, killing Noorullah and two of his sons, one of whom was eight months old.
"It was past one o'clock when the troops came and surrounded our houses," said Sulaiman, a resident.
"They threw hand grenades on one house and killed three family members," he said. Noorullah's wife was wounded, he said.
Local television showed footage of bodies and
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