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"I would have liked for my son's life to have meant something"

An Irishwoman, whose son was killed in Afghanistan fighting with the British Army, says he died i...

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15.49 16 Aug 2021


"I would have liked for my son's life to have meant something"


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An Irishwoman, whose son was killed in Afghanistan fighting with the British Army, says he died in vain. Janette Binnie, mother of Sean Binnie who was born in Dublin, talks to Adrian about her son as the country falls to the Taliban.
Picture by: LPhot Ben Shread/MoD/Crown Copyright/PA Wire/PA Images

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