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U.S. strikes ISIS with "mother of all bombs" in Afghanistan

The Afghan defense ministry says Thursday's unprecedented U.S. attack in Afghanistan killed 36 ISIS fighters and no civilians. It's the most powerful weapon the U.S. has used in combat since the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan in 1945. The so-called "mother of all bombs" carries nearly 22,000 pounds of explosives. David Martin reports.
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