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The deaths of two more Afghan civilians have prompted hundreds of people to hold an anti-US protest in Afghanistan's northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif.
US troops killed two civilians and arrested three others during a raid in the city. Civilian deaths have been a frequent irritant between Afghan and Western military forces. The new US commander is considering loosening the rules of engagement to avoid civilian casualties. There are complaints that the rules tie the hands of coalition troops combating insurgents. The latest deaths will make it more difficult to relax the rules of engagement and may further strain relations with the Afghan government.