The Australian Army expels 13 soldiers after reporting on war crimes in Afghanistan

Australia-ALSHARQIYA  November  27 : The Australian army announced Friday that it had expelled 13 soldiers, following a report on practices carried out in Afghanistan that could constitute war crimes.
 Army Chief Rick Bauer said that the administration notified the soldiers of their dismissal, which would take place within two weeks unless they succeeded in changing the decision by appealing it.
 An investigation conducted for years into the behavior of the Australian army in Afghanistan revealed that the elite units of the Special Forces unlawfully killed at least 39 Afghan civilians and prisoners, especially in arbitrary executions that were among the rites of training new recruits.


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