Cover-up of civilian casualties in Afghanistan: German minister quits
A minister in the German government has resigned. Franz Josef Jung admitted that the government withheld information about civilian casualties from a Nato airstrike in Afghanistan. He was defence minister at the time. Kate Connolly writes that the German mission in Afghanistan is now in doubt.
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