The Indian AFSPA (Armed Forces Special Protection Act) protects Indian soldiers from nuisance from humanitarian associations, among other benefits.
Is there any US and UK equivalent law for protecting their soldiers from such associations?
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No there is no such equivalent law.
In the USA it would probably be unconstitutional. In the UK it would likely contravene the Human Rights act.
There are laws that allow soldiers to kill on the battlefield, but not out of war zones. However, learn about the Bloody Sunday killings to see that it is possible for killings committed by soldiers to go unpunished.