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Australia's war crimes inquiry report finds special forces unlawfully killed 39 Afghan civilians
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Australia's war crimes inquiry report finds special forces unlawfully killed 39 Afghan civilians

The Australian Defence Force's findings said 19 soldiers will be investigated for charges that include murdering 'prisoners, farmers or civilians' in 2009-2013

Two attacks in Afghanistan kill 92: Suicide blast in Kabul claims 48 lives; Taliban assault in Baghlan kills 44 policemen
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Two attacks in Afghanistan kill 92: Suicide blast in Kabul claims 48 lives; Taliban assault in Baghlan kills 44 policemen

Taliban attack on an Afghan military outpost killed up to 44 policemen and soldiers, while a separate suicide blast in Kabul killed at least 48 people as a relentless wave of violence continued across Afghanistan

Gunmen attack Kabul military academy: At least two soldiers dead, 10 injured; Islamic State claims responsibility
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Gunmen attack Kabul military academy: At least two soldiers dead, 10 injured; Islamic State claims responsibility

At least two soldiers have been killed and 10 wounded in a fierce gun battle with several attackers near the Marshal Fahim military academy in Kabul

US defence secretary James Mattis to visit Islamabad, terrorism top agenda during discussion with Pakistan PM
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US defence secretary James Mattis to visit Islamabad, terrorism top agenda during discussion with Pakistan PM

James Mattis, who has said that Washington needs "to try one more time" to get Islamabad to act against terrorists, is visiting Pakistan on Monday

MSF reopens clinic in Afghanistan's Kunduz two years after it was destroyed by US airstrike
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MSF reopens clinic in Afghanistan's Kunduz two years after it was destroyed by US airstrike

Medecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reopened a medical clinic in in Afghanistan's Kunduz where nearly two years ago a US airstrike destroyed their hospital

As pullout draws near, challenges for Afghan army remain
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As pullout draws near, challenges for Afghan army remain

Afghanistan's army is now carrying out virtually all ground operations in the country on its own but has problems, including dealing with booby traps, mines and other potentially deadly explosive devices, the Afghan Defense Ministry's spokesman said Wednesday during a visit to NATO.