Taliban spokesman says Australians ‘died in vain’ in Afghanistan | 9 News Australia

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In a wide-ranging interview with 9News Australia, Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen claimed the 41 Australian soldiers killed during the war in Afghanistan “died in vain”, saying they “died in our country, occupying our country”. The veteran Taliban spokesperson was questioned on women’s rights, minorities and rebuilding Afghanistan. Subscribe and 🔔: https://bit.ly/2noaGhv | Get more breaking news at 9News.com.au: https://bit.ly/2nobVgF

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