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Afghan Victims Deserve Justice in Australian Inquiry

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Click to expand Image Australian SAS search operation in Uruzgan province, Afghanistan, in May 2012. Screenshot from ABC News, Four Corners, March 16, 2020. The Australian military has long been known for its secretive and closed culture. So the announcement that the long-awaited Brereton report on Australian war crimes in Afghanistan will be released next week is a critical breakthrough in the struggle to obtain justice for Afghan victims of alleged war crimes. On November 12, Australia’s government sought to preempt the report’s release by establishing a special investigator’s office…

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