A survivor of an erroneous U.S. drone strike that killed 10 members of his family demanded Saturday that those responsible be punished and said Washington’s apology was not enough.
The family also seeks financial compensation and relocation to the United States or another country deemed safe, said Emal Ahmadi, whose three-year-old daughter, Malika, was among those killed in the Aug. 29 strike.
On that day, a U.S. hellfire missile struck the car that Ahmadi’s brother, Zemerai, had just pulled into the driveway of the Ahmadi family compound as children ran to greet him. In all, 10 members of the family, including seven children, were
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