Afghans demand justice for old atrocity

Afghan youth light candles in front of the destroyed palace of Darul Aman to mark the killing of 5000 civilians by the communist regime during the Russian occupation, in Kabul on September 29, 2013. Afghanistan began two days of official mourning for people killed by the communist regime in the late 1970s after a list of thousands of the dead was released. AFP PHOTO/ Massoud HOSSAINIMASSOUD HOSSAINI/AFP/Getty Images
Afghan youth light candles in front of the destroyed palace of Darul Aman to mark the killing of 5000 civilians by the communist regime during the Russian occupation, in Kabul on September 29, 2013. Afghanistan began two days of official mourning for people killed by the communist regime in the late 1970s after a list of thousands of the dead was released. AFP PHOTO/ Massoud HOSSAINIMASSOUD HOSSAINI/AFP/Getty Images

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