This video from the USA says about itself:
“You don’t go to war without being changed by it,” says Geoff Millard, former Chair of the Board of Iraq Veterans Against the War. From sky-high suicide rates for veterans at home to horrific stories of “kill teams” in Afghanistan, we’re hearing stories every day of the traumas that going to war inflicts on our young men and women.
The gruesome “kill team” photos released by Rolling Stone reveal that the murder of innocent civilians as part of the US occupation of Afghanistan was commonplace, widely known about, and celebrated: here.
A group of US soldiers accused of killing unarmed Afghan civilians in cold blood did not act in secret as the Pentagon has implied but rather in plain view of their combat unit, Rolling Stone magazine reported on Monday: here.
A NATO helicopter strike in the southern Afghanistan province of Helmand last Friday killed seven civilians, including three children. The atrocity is the latest in a series of recent US-led bombing operations that have inflicted mass civilian casualties: here.
Number of children born with deformities increasing in Afghanistan: here.