Doctors to take stand for U.S. soldier's defense in Afghan massacre case

TACOMA, Washington (Reuters) – Attorneys for the U.S. soldier who massacred 16 unarmed Afghan civilians last year will call witnesses on Thursday as they try to show he suffered a breakdown under the pressure of his final deployment to Afghanistan.

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