Parents of Australian man killed in Yemen drone strike demand answers

The parents of an Australian man killed in a US drone strike in Yemen want to know how their son died and what evidence the federal government has of his possible links to terrorism. Christopher Harvard, 27, was killed in a US drone strike in Yemen on 19 November last year. The Townsville man’s parents, Neill and Bronwyn Dowrick, say they feel abandoned by the Australian government after being given conflicting information about his death.

The Guardian

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