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Afghanistan's president says Australia has 'extended apologies' as war crimes report is due for release

SBS Wednesday, 18 November 2020 ()
The phone call comes ahead of today's scheduled release of an inquiry into the conduct of Australia's special forces during the war in Afghanistan.
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Four-year inquiry began after local media reported special forces had killed unarmed men and children.

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