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Report: Evidence suggests car hit by U.S. drone strike in Kabul wasn’t carrying bombs

Zemari Ahmadi and nine members of his family, including seven children, were killed in the airstrike on Aug. 29. The Pentagon initially presented the airstrike as a successful mission to prevent another bombing of the Kabul airport after 13 US service members and at least 169 Afghans died in a suspected Islamic State suicide attack.
3 months ago|Kabul, Afghanistan

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Video shows last US Afghan strike may have targeted aid worker: NYT

A video analysis shows the United States may have mistakenly targeted an aid worker rather than Islamic State fighters in its final strike in Afghanistan which killed 10 civilians, The New York Times said Friday.

3 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
Times of India
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Video shows last US Afghan strike may have targeted aid worker: Report

US News: WASHINGTON: A video analysis shows the United States may have mistakenly targeted an aid worker rather than Islamic State fighters in its final strike.

3 months ago|Mumbai, India
The Guardian
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US drone strike mistakenly targeted Afghan aid worker, investigation finds

Zemari Ahmadi, who died alongside nine others including seven children, had no connection to terrorism, a New York Times investigation suggested

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
News18 India
News18 India

Afghanistan LIVE Updates: All Eyes on Taliban's Next Move as it Defers Plan for 9/11 Anniv; Did US Target Own Aid Worker in Last Strike?

Afghanistan News LIVE Updates: All eyes will be on Taliban's move today as world watches their next step after postponing the decision to inaugurate their newly-appointed interim government in Afghanistan on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

3 months ago|India
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Video Shows Last US Strike In Afghanistan May Have Targeted Aid Worker: Report

A video analysis shows the United States may have mistakenly targeted an aid worker rather than Islamic State fighters in its final strike in Afghanistan which killed 10 civilians, The New York Times said Friday.

3 months ago|New Delhi, India
Washington Times
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Report: Evidence suggests car hit by U.S. drone strike in Kabul wasn’t carrying bombs

The car that U.S. military officials believed was packed with explosives and destined for a suicide bombing at the Kabul airport on Aug. 29 may actually have been driven by an innocent man transporting canisters of water, a new report claims.A New York Times story published Friday afternoon identified ...

3 months ago|Washington, United States
The Independent
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Man killed by US drone strike in Kabul may have been aid worker targeted in error

‘You say he was ISIS, but he worked for the Americans,’ brother of man killed in blast says

3 months ago|London, United Kingdom
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Did US make a mistake? Report claims Kabul drone strike killed aid worker, 9 of his family members

The US drone strike came the day before American troops ended their 20-year mission and following a deadly attack outside the Kabul airport. 

3 months ago|New Delhi, India
New York Times
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Times Investigation: In U.S. Drone Strike, Evidence Suggests No ISIS Bomb

U.S. officials said a Reaper drone followed a car for hours and then fired based on evidence it was carrying explosives. But in-depth video analysis and interviews at the site cast doubt on that account.

3 months ago|New York, United States
The Washington Post
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Analysis of the U.S. drone strike’s aftermath in Kabul suggests no evidence the car contained explosives, experts say

The Washington Post provided imagery of the damage caused by the strike and U.S. military assessments of the operation to experts, including a physicist and former bomb technicians. Taken together, their assessments suggest there is no evidence the car contained explosives.

3 months ago|Washington, United States
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