Emal Ahmadi’s brother, Zemari Ahmadi, an aid worker for a California-based charity, was returning to his home two miles west of the besieged Kabul airport when a U.S. Hellfire missile struck his car. The explosion killed him, two other adults and seven of his children, nephews and nieces.
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