Twenty-five people killed in Afghanistan army helicopter crash

Twenty-five people have been killed after an Afghan army helicopter crashed in bad weather.

The crash happened in the western Farah province, which borders Iran.

All 25 people on board were killed, including the deputy commander of the western zone, a provincial spokesman said.

General Naimudullah Khalil died alongside two members of the Farah provincial council, including chairman Farid Bakhtawar.

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Source: Sky News