Shah Nawaz is 28 years old and has spent two years in the Nasaji refugee camp in Kabul. Originally from nearby Kapisa province, he now provides for nine people — including seven children — despite an arm permanently injured in a U.S. drone strike. “We just want to go back to our homes. We dont ask for much, but this war has made our lives impossible and has torn apart our community.” he says.
The court at The Hague has a chance to investigate crimes against humanity in the US’s longest-running war—but so far, it refuses. fb tw mail Print msg wa sms US soldiers in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan, December 19, 2014.