How Ethiopia used a Turkish drone in a strike that killed nearly 60 civilians

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Bayraktar TB-2 loaded with MAM-L. Weapon remnants recovered from the site of the strike — in Dedebit, located in the northern Ethiopian region of Tigray — by aid workers showed internal components and screw configurations that matched images of Turkish-made MAM-L munitions released by the weapons manufacturer.

Bayraktar TB-2 loaded with MAM-L. Weapon remnants recovered from the site of the strike — in Dedebit, located in the northern Ethiopian region of Tigray — by aid workers showed internal components and screw configurations that matched images of Turkish-made MAM-L munitions released by the weapons manufacturer. (Bayhaluk/Wikipedia Commons)

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