A team of Afghan and ISAF investigators have reached out to a community in Afghanistan after two local boys were mistakenly shot dead by NATO forces during an operation on Thursday.
The group visited the northwest village of Uruzgan and met local leaders, ISAF commander, US General Joseph Dunford said.
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