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US: End Impunity for Civilian Casualties

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image The Pentagon, Washington, DC, United States.  © 2008 Flickr/David B. Gleason (Washington) – The US military’s decision to hold no one accountable for killing 10 civilians in an August 2021 drone strike in Kabul, Afghanistan is a cause for deep concern, Human Rights watch said today. The government’s response is particularly problematic because the US has not released the military’s full report into what went wrong in Kabul. Instead, the Pentagon released a characteristically opaque fact sheet with a problematic self-assessment that the strike did not violate the…

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