In Afghanistan, with coalition air strike at the school injured three children
In an air RAID destroyed the school and the adjacent building and damaged 13 stores.
MOSCOW, 15 Nov — RIA Novosti. At least three children were injured after the aircraft of the US-led coalition have struck a blow at one of the city’s Afghan city of Kunduz, reports Xinhua news Agency citing local authorities.
The fighter struck at about 4.15 local time (2.45 GMT), destroying the school and the adjacent house, and also damaging 13 stores.
The Director of the Department of education of the province of Janat Gul Nasiri said that the victims managed to be avoided, as the school in the early hours had no pupils.
He added that the fighter at the same time dealt a blow to the radical group the Taliban* in the vicinity of Kunduz. In the province itself are clashes between Afghan security forces and militants.
The situation in Afghanistan in recent months, has deteriorated markedly. Radical movement “Taliban”*, formerly possessed a large territory in rural areas of the country, launched a major offensive against the city.
* A terrorist organization banned in Russia.