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US military says it may have killed more civilians in latest

 airstrike in Syria:

London-based monitoring group Airwars, put the death toll at 74 to 205.

“They were killed when the warplanes of the international coalition committed a massacre in the town of al-Ghandour.....and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation,” the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on its English-language website on Thursday........

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