Human Rights Watch: CIA-Backed Afghan Troops Guilty Of ‘War Crimes’

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The Guardian: CIA-linked unit accused of atrocities in Afghanistan

Document details 14 deadly raids by pro-government units with support of US intelligence

The Afghan soldiers who swept through Kulalgo village one late August night shot three of Dr Ulfatullah’s relatives carefully, a single bullet through their left eye, faces otherwise untouched as blood pooled below their bodies on the floor of the family home.

The last killing was less precise, and left the face of university student Ansarullah badly disfigured. His family thought perhaps he had heard the muffled gunshot that ended a cousin’s life, and briefly tried to struggle against his captors.


WNU Editor: The Human Rights Watch report is here …. Afghanistan Atrocities by CIA-Backed Forces: Daily Brief (Human Right Watch).

More News On Today’s Human Rights Watch Report Stating That CIA-Backed Afghan Troops Are Guilty Of ‘War Crimes’

CIA-backed Afghan troops ‘committed war crimes’: report — BBC
CIA-trained Afghan forces behind war atrocities, Human Rights Watch says — NBC
CIA-backed Afghan Forces Committed ‘Serious Abuses’ Including Summary Executions and Forced Disappearances, Report Finds — Newsweek
HRW: CIA-Trained ‘Death Squads’ Behind Afghan War Crimes — VOA
CIA-trained Afghan forces ‘committed war crimes,’ report — DW
Human rights group: CIA-backed Afghan troops guilty of ‘war crimes’ — UPI
CIA-backed Afghan forces possibly committing war crimes: HRW — Al Jazeera
CIA-backed Afghan forces committed war crimes during operations — War Is Boring
A CIA-Backed Militia Targeted Clinics in Afghanistan, Killing Medical Workers and Civilians — The Intercept

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