A report into Australian war crimes details what Afghans have known all along

I remember an elderly man in rural Afghanistan describing the killing of a teenager from his village. “They just appeared and cut his throat without any reason”, the old man said monotonously. The victim was the son of a local farmer, unaffiliated with any militant group. Even worse, he was completely unarmed. Evidently, this was not enough to prevent him being murdered in cold blood. This was just a single account shared by yet another faceless Afghan in rural Afghanistan, invisible to the indifferent eyes of our world. It was neither the first, nor the last time I heard such stories. Since t…

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