Afghan man who lost relatives in British airstrike calls for Prince Harry to be 'put on trial'

Afghan man who lost relatives in British airstrike calls for Prince Harry to be 'put on trial'

An Afgan man whose relatives were killed in a British airstrike in 2011 has called for the Duke of Sussex to be “put on trial” after he admitted to killing 25 Taliban fighters while on tour in Afghanistan.

Mullah Abdullah told Sky News that Afghan people “should get compensation for [their] losses.”

“We lost our house, our life, and family members,” he said.

In an extract from his autobiography Spare, Prince Harry described the 25 enemy fighters he killed as “chess pieces taken off the board.”

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