Aftermath of an Afghanistan Tragedy Germany to Pay $500,000 for Civilian Bombing Victims

After months of negotiations, the German military has announced it will pay $5,000 each to the families of over 100 civilian victims of a German-ordered airstrike in Afghanistan. The Bundeswehr is not admitting any guilt however, and the victims' lawyers warn that they may take legal action.
A photographic exhibition by the journalist Christoph Reuter tells the stories of the victims of the Kunduz bombing. Now their families are to receive compensation.

A photographic exhibition by the journalist Christoph Reuter tells the stories of the victims of the Kunduz bombing. Now their families are to receive compensation.

Marcel Mettelsiefen/dpa