An Afghan security police officer at a destroyed house after an operation in Asad Khil near the site of a U.S. bombing in the Achin district of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, April 17, 2017. U.S. forces in Afghanistan had struck an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan earlier in the week with the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military, Pentagon officials said.
An Afghan security police officer at a destroyed house after an operation in Asad Khil near the site of a U.S. bombing in the Achin district of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, April 17, 2017. U.S. forces in Afghanistan had struck an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan earlier in the week with the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military, Pentagon officials said. Rahmat Gul AP
An Afghan security police officer at a destroyed house after an operation in Asad Khil near the site of a U.S. bombing in the Achin district of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, April 17, 2017. U.S. forces in Afghanistan had struck an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan earlier in the week with the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. military, Pentagon officials said. Rahmat Gul AP

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