Afghanistan: photos prove US massacre of civilians in Kabul


British soldiers in Afghanistan, Steve Bell cartoon

From British daily The Independent:

Claims that US troops shot dead up to six unarmed Afghan civilians two months ago in Kabul have been given added credibility with a series of photographs offering visual evidence of military misconduct.

The pictures were taken by an Afghan passer-by on 29 May in Khair Kane, a district of north Kabul.

The 20 photographs appear to show a group of unarmed Afghan civilians being killed by gunfire from an American Humvee.

British soldiers in Afghanistan and elsewhere are dissatisfied and want to form a trade union.

British soldier in Afghanistan killed.

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