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39 Afghan civilians were 'unlawfully killed' by 25 Australian defence personnel, report alleges

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The report examining the conduct of Australian Special Forces during the war in Afghanistan was released by the Defence Chief General Angus Campbell on Thursday.
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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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