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Scott Morrison condemns alleged war crimes in Afghanistan

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has described a report into alleged war crimes committed by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan as "disturbing", but said the allegations must be dealt with by the Australian justice system.
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News video: Australia finds evidence of war crimes in Afghanistan inquiry

Australia finds evidence of war crimes in Afghanistan inquiry 02:18

Four-year inquiry began after local media reported special forces had killed unarmed men and children.

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