Somali families, displaced after fleeing the Lower Shabelle region amid an uptick in U.S. airstrikes, wait at an IDP …

Human Rights Watch said Tuesday the U.S. has “not adequately investigated” two U.S. airstrikes in Somalia this year that killed seven civilians. 

The global non-governmental organization called on the United States to conduct “thorough, impartial, and transparent” investigations into a Feb. 2 strike that killed a woman at her home and a March 10 attack that claimed the lives of a child and five men in a minibus. 

The group released a report Tuesday on airstrikes in Somalia, which it considers possible violations of international humanitarian law. 

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