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|1||Coalition casualties in Afghanistan||1,101|
|2||Civilian casualties of the War in Afghanistan (2001–present)||577|
|3||Canadian Forces casualties in Afghanistan||386|
|5||Bagram torture and prisoner abuse||230|
|6||German Armed Forces casualties in Afghanistan||159|
|7||Opposition to the War in Afghanistan (2001–present)||137|
|8||Tarnak Farm incident||130|
|9||British Forces casualties in Afghanistan since 2001||124|
|11||International public opinion on the war in Afghanistan||114|
|13||Deh Bala wedding party bombing||96|
|14||Protests against the War in Afghanistan (2001–present)||70|
|15||United States Forces casualties in the war in Afghanistan||66|
|16||Uruzgan helicopter attack||57|
|18||Public opinion in Canada on the war in Afghanistan||44|
|19||2007 Shinwar shooting||43|
|20||Australian Defence Force casualties in Afghanistan||39|
|21||Narang night raid||34|
|22||Wech Baghtu wedding party attack||25|
|23||Coalition casualties in Helmand and Kandahar 2009||22|
|25||Hyderabad airstrike||less than 5 views|
|26||Afghan security forces fatality reports in Afghanistan||less than 5 views|
|27||Taliban fatality reports in Afghanistan||less than 5 views|
A war casualty is a military person who is killed, wounded, imprisoned, or missing as a result of war; or a non-military person killed or wounded (civilian casualties). The term casualty is sometimes confused with the term fatality (death).
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