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08 Oct 2010 03:58 GMT | Politics, Health, US & Canada, Afghanistan, United States
Thursday, October 7, was the ninth anniversary of the beginning of the US war in Afghanistan.
Marking the event at the US Capitol building in Washington DC, a small group of military veterans have launched a campaign to end the practice of sending traumatised troops back into the battlefield.
Al Jazeera's Josh Rushing reports.
Source: Al Jazeera
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