15 February 2018
The International Criminal Court has received over a million statements from Afghans alleging they have been victims of war crimes.
Since the ICC started collecting material in November to decide whether to seek a war crimes investigation, the court has received 1.17 million submissions.
The statements allege atrocities by groups like the Taliban and Islamic State, as well as by Afghan security forces, the US-led coalition, state-sponsored warlords and foreign and domestic spy agencies.
Read more on ABC News.
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