Report finds Australian soldiers killed Afghan civilians; South Korea steps up battle against COVID-19
Australia's Defense Force chief said there's credible evidence his special forces unlawfully killed at least 39 people in Afghanistan, including prisoners, farmers and civilians. Also, South Korea kicked off a special two-week coronavirus prevention period ahead of the highly competitive annual college entrance exams, and families in Colombia are searching for lost loved ones after Hurricane Iota devastated the country. CBS News foreign correspondent Ian Lee joined "CBSN AM" from London with those headlines.
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