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Dozens of people form Khoja Omari district brought the bodies to local authorities.
An Afghan official says that protesters are alleging an airstrike by US-led forces overnight in the country's east has killed at least five civilians.
Ahmad Khan Serat, spokesman for the provincial police chief, says on Sunday dozens of people form Khoja Omari district brought the bodies to local authorities in the regional capital of Ghazni.
Serat said that the provincial governor and police chief will meet today to respond to the protesters' demands.
The US military in Kabul confirms on Sunday that airstrikes in the nearby Khoja Omari and Khogyani districts killed 11 Taliban fighters, but did not confirm civilian casualties.
Afghanistan has seen an upsurge in violence since the collapse of US-Taliban peace talks earlier this month.
The operations, launched on Saturday night, were aimed at foiling attacks planned by the Taliban on Afghan forces, said a senior security official in capital Kabul.
Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai also defended the Taliban's role in recent bloodshed across the country after US President Donald Trump cited an attack that killed an American soldier as his reason for calling off negotiations earlier this month.
Shortly after the bomber detonated the car laden with explosives, a group of insurgents stormed into the compound, setting of a shootout with Afghan forces.
The Nato Resolute Support mission announced their deaths first, providing no details about what happened and saying that their names would be withheld for 24 hours until their families could be notified.
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