Australia said on Thursday that its special forces were suspected of being responsible for 39 unlawful killings in Afghanistan, Your Content has learned.
The news surfaced after officials released a long-awaited report into alleged war crimes committed in the South Asian nation, reports Aljazeera.
Australia launched the inquiry in 2016, amid reports from whistle-blowers and in the local media of the alleged killing of unarmed men and children that the government initially tried to suppress.
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