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Newsweek newsweek.com 15 Sep, 2021 19:00 am

Afghan Targeted in U.S. Drone Strike Worked for U.S. Non-Profit, Sought Special Visa

Afghan Targeted in U.S. Drone Strike Worked for U.S. Non-Profit, Sought Special Visa
"The U.S. has accused us. They haven't cleared our name and they won't even talk to us, and now the suspicion is on us," the man's brother said.

Give us the proof," Emal said of the U.They haven't cleared our name and they won't even talk to us, and now the suspicion is on us," Emal said.Haideri also had a letter of reference from the U." "He was an excellent employee," the firm's president, Timothy Williams, who wrote the letter of reference, told the AP.

The family wants the United States to hear their side of the story and see the facts on the ground.The family, grieving and furious, still wants refuge in the United States.

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