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Defence Force chief apologises to the Afghan people after 'unlawful killings' of Afghans confirmed

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The Chief of the Australian Defence Force Angus Campbell has offered a "sincere and unreserved" apology to the Afghan people after a long-awaited report into the conduct of Australian Special Forces soldiers found "credible information" of unlawful killings by Australian soldiers.
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Australia's most senior military official on Thursday said there is credible evidence that some Australian military personnel allegedly killed 39 prisoners, farmers or other civilians in Afghanistan. Bryan Wood reports.

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