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Australische Soldaten begingen Kriegsverbrechen in Afghanistan
19.11.20

Australische Soldaten begingen Kriegsverbrechen in Afghanistan

Australiens Armee hat mutmaßliche Kriegsverbrechen in Afghanistan eingeräumt. Angehörige einer australischen Eliteeinheit sollen mindestens 39 afghanische Zivilisten und Gefangene 'unrechtmäßig getötet' haben. Die Armeeführung beklagt eine weit

SHOTLIST KANDALAY, KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN4. AUGUST 2011QUELLE: AFP1. Foto US troops from the 2nd Platoon, Charlie Company, 2-87, 3BCT under Afghanistan's International Security Assistance Force, and Afghan National Army soldiers conduct a joint security dawn patrol in the center of Kandalay village, as a fire fight against Taliban insurgents erupts in the outskirts of the village, in Kandahar province southern Afghanistan on August 4, 2011. The 140,000 strong US-dominated international military in Afghanistan is engaged in a massive drive to train Afghan police and army to take over before all foreign combat troops leave the country in 2014. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD2. Foto US troops from the 2nd Platoon, Charlie Company, 2-87, 3BCT under Afghanistan's International Security Assistance Force, and Afghan National Army soldiers conduct a joint security dawn patrol in the center of Kandalay village, as a fire fight against Taliban insurgents erupts in the outskirts of the village, in Kandahar province southern Afghanistan on August 4, 2011. The 140,000 strong US-dominated international military in Afghanistan is engaged in a massive drive to train Afghan police and army to take over before all foreign combat troops leave the country in 2014. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACADBARAKI BARAK, LOGAR, AFGHANISTAN11. OKTOBER 2012QUELLE: AFP3. Foto US Army soldiers from Headquarters Company, 173rd Special Troops Battalion attached to 1st Squadron (Airborne) ,91st U.S Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team operating under the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) patrol near Baraki Barak base in Logar Province, on October 11, 2012. US General John Allen will take over as NATO supreme commander and be replaced as head of alliance forces in Afghanistan by Joseph Dunford, currently US Marine Corps deputy commander, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said. Dunford will assume command of 68,000 US troops who make up the bulk of the coalition force of some 100,000 as the Afghan army takes on increasing responsibility for security and NATO ends its combat mission in 2014. AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMANCANBERRA, AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY, AUSTRALIEN19. NOVEMBER 2020QUELLE: ABCEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALENO ACCESS AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTERS4. O-TON 1 - Angus Campbell, Australia's Chief of the Force Defence (Mann, English, 17 Sek.): 'As units became consumed with preparing for and fighting the war, much of the good order and discipline of military life fell away. Cutting corners, ignoring and bending rules was normalized. 'BARAKI BARAK, LOGAR, AFGHANISTAN11. OKTOBER 2012QUELLE: AFP5. Foto US Army soldiers from Headquarters Company, 173rd Special Troops Battalion attached to 1st Squadron (Airborne) ,91st U.S Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team operating under the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) patrol near Baraki Barak base in Logar Province, on October 11, 2012. US General John Allen will take over as NATO supreme commander and be replaced as head of alliance forces in Afghanistan by Joseph Dunford, currently US Marine Corps deputy commander, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said. Dunford will assume command of 68,000 US troops who make up the bulk of the coalition force of some 100,000 as the Afghan army takes on increasing responsibility for security and NATO ends its combat mission in 2014. AFP PHOTO/ Munir uz ZAMANKANDAHAR, KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN9. SEPTEMBER 2012QUELLE: AFP6. Foto A US soldier with a tattoo on the back of his hand smokes during a training exercise at forward operating base (FOB) Lindsey-2 in Kandahar province on September 9, 2012. US officials confirmed that NATO withdrawals are on track and down from 130,000 with 117,000 foreign troops currently left in Afghanistan. AFP PHOTO/ TONY KARUMBA

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