Afghan baby who went missing after being handed to US soldier reunited with family

Afghan baby who went missing after being handed to US soldier reunited with family


An Afghan baby boy who went missing in November after he was handed to US troops over a wall at Kabul’s airport amid the chaotic evacuation has been reunited with his family, according to a report.

Sohail Ahmadi, who was two months old when he disappeared Aug. 19, was reunited with his relatives in Kabul, Reuters reported Saturday.

The baby’s father, former US embassy guard Mirza Ali Ahmadi, his wife Suraya and the couple’s four other children entered the Kabul airport shortly after the handoff as thousands fled Afghanistan as it fell to the Taliban, but weren’t able to find Sohail.

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After the outlet published a story in November about Ahmadi, the baby was found with Hamid Safi, a 29-year-old taxi driver who lives in Kabul, who had found the infant in the

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