Casting shadows : war crimes and crimes against humanity : 1978-2001 : documentation and analysis of major patterns of abuse in the war in Afghanistan /

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Imprint:[S.l.] : Afghanistan Justice Project, c2005.
Subject:Afghan War (2001-)
Human rights -- Afghanistan.
War crimes -- Afghanistan.
Atrocities -- Afghanistan.
Human rights.
War crimes.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Varying Form of Title:War crimes and crimes against humanity 1978-2001
Documentation and analysis of major patterns of abuse in the war in Afghanistan
Other authors / contributors:Afghanistan Justice Project.
Notes:Title from caption of PDF document (viewed on Aug. 8, 2005).
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Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Summary:The Afghanistan Justice Project (AJP) has published a report documenting war crimes by political leaders and armed factions during every phase of the war in Afghanistan. These crimes have included large-scale massacres, disappearances and summary executions of at least tens of thousands of Afghans, indiscriminate bombing and rocketing that killed hundreds of thousands of civilians, torture, mass rape, and other atrocities. In the twenty-seven years since the war began, there has been no serious effort, international or domestic, to account for these crimes. In documenting these incidents, the Afghanistan Justice Project sought not to impugn the cause for which any of the armed groups fought, but rather to call for accountability where those actions amounted to war crimes.

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