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PAN, April 4, 2011

Foreign soldiers kill civilian in Kabul: Residents

He said his uncle, Yasin, 50, and his son, Khairullah, 30, had no links to any militant group

By Ataullah Khpelwak

Shopkeeper killed in Kabul by foreign troops
PAN, Apr. 4, 2011: Residents of a district in central Kabul province on Monday accused foreign troops of killing a shopkeeper and taking away his son during an overnight raid. He (a relative) said his uncle, Yasin, 50, and his son, Khairullah, 30, had no links to any militant group. Yasin had a shop of car spare parts in the district bazaar, Rassoul said.

Residents of a district in central Kabul province on Monday accused foreign troops of killing a shopkeeper and taking away his son during an overnight raid.

The incident happened Sunday night in Chaar Asyab district of Kabul when NATO-led troops attacked the house of Yasin, a relative, Ghulam Rassoul, said.

He said his uncle, Yasin, 50, and his son, Khairullah, 30, had no links to any militant group. Yasin had a shop of car spare parts in the district bazaar, Rassoul said.

"My uncle was innocent. We can not forgive his killing. The murderers should be tried at court," he said, adding there was no presence of militants in the area.

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