An Afghan child receives treatment at a hospital after Monday's airstrike in Kunduz province, Afghanistan April 3, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer
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The United Nations said Tuesday it was investigating "disturbing reports of serious harm to civilians" in an Afghan airstrike on a religious school that security sources say left dozens of children dead or wounded.The madrassa was run by Islamic scholars sympathetic to the Taliban but the facility was open to the public, a senior Taliban commander speaking from an unknown location in Pakistan told AFP Tuesday.He said as many as 2,000 people were at the school Monday, including 750 students, for a graduation ceremony, but insisted there were no senior Taliban leaders present.
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