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Pentagon made public video of Kabul drone strike, 10 civilians were killed in the attack


US News: The Pentagon, the headquarters of the US Department of Defense, has released a video of the Kabul drone attack. The Pentagon has publicly released video footage of a US drone strike in Kabul, removing it from a confidential list. 10 civilians were killed in this drone attack. In fact, there was a big explosion at Kabul airport in August last year, in this terrorist attack many American soldiers were killed along with the common people. After which America took revenge by attacking the terrorists’ hideouts in Kabul with a drone, in which 10 civilians including children lost their lives.

10 civilians killed in Kabul drone strike

According to media reports, the video released is of the August 29 drone strike. The Kabul Drone Strike was initially defended by the Pentagon but later called it a tragic mistake. According to media reports, the video includes about 25 minutes of footage from two MQ-9 Reaper drones during the attack. The pictures in the video is not very clear. The footage contains images of a car being attacked in a street before, during and after the attack. The military said it thought it had killed a terrorist belonging to an affiliate of the Islamic State (IS) group in Afghanistan.

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Many people were killed in suicide attack before the drone strike

13 US soldiers and more than 160 Afghan civilians were killed in a suicide attack at Kabul airport. After which America did a drone strike. The Central Command had clarified that the driver of the car had nothing to do with the IS group. The man was Zamari Ahmadi, who worked for Nutrition and Education International, a US-based aid organization. After the attack, the army officers had also said that this attack was not the result of criminal negligence. The team investigating the incident independently had said that the laws of war were not violated in the drone strike. Although Pentagon leaders acknowledged the drone strike was a tragic mistake, no disciplinary action was recommended against US troops.

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