'Anger' over lack of responsibility for war crimes

By Tess Ikonomou
Updated May 16 2024 - 3:40am, first published 3:33am
A panel says Australian commanders need to accept accountability for any unlawful conduct. (Paul Miller/AAP PHOTOS)
A panel says Australian commanders need to accept accountability for any unlawful conduct. (Paul Miller/AAP PHOTOS)

A lack of acceptance for responsibility by senior military leaders for war crimes in Afghanistan has caused "ongoing anger and bitter resentment" among troops and veterans that will last for years to come, a panel warns.

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