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The U.S. has acknowledged that a drone strike in Kabul a few days before the withdrawal of military troops killed 10 innocent people.
A US Central Command investigation has revealed that the August 29 attack killed an aid worker along with nine members of his family, including seven children, writes the BBC .
The youngest child, Sumaya, was only two years old.
U.S. intelligence had been tracking the man's car for eight hours, believing it was linked to the IS-K terrorist group, the Pentagon said.
The deadly attack was one of the final acts of the US military in Afghanistan, before the end of the 20-year military operation in the country.
The investigation revealed that the aid worker's car had been seen in an IS-K-linked compound, and its movements were consistent with other intelligence related to the terrorist group's plans for an attack on Kabul airport.
General Kenneth McKenzie described the attack as a tragic mistake and that it was "impossible" for the family to link up with IS-K or it was a threat to US forces.