Göran Sluiter and Liesbeth Zegveld represent two victims of a drone attack in Somalia, in January 2014; one of the victims lost his two young daughters in the attack. The Americans have executed the drone attack, but Sluiter and Zegveld also hold the Dutch State accountable, because they have provided the Americans with essential information for the operationalization of the US drone program in Somalia.

The Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant has published on this matter on Saturday 28 November 2016; see here (English only).

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