US veterans concerned over war trauma

Soldiers call for end to practice of sending traumatised troops back into battle.

    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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