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Ghundi Kala was a settlement in the Middle East.

Two years before Day 9, a American drone destroyed an Al-Qaeda meeting hall in Ghundi Kala, as part of a targeted assassination of terrorist insurgent Mahmoud Al-Harazi. Twenty-three others were also killed in the explosion, including six children. Al-Harazi's wife, Margot, barely survived the attack and plotted revenge against James Heller, who had authorized the strike. ("Day 9: 3:00pm-4:00pm")

Background information and notesEdit

  • Ghundi Kala is a village in the Pakistani Taliban-controlled region of North Waziristan, Pakistan. In October 2012, a drone attack on the village resulted in the deaths of 19 civilian laborers.[1]
  • Dialogue in "Day 9: 1:00pm-2:00pm", as well as Margot's onscreen profile, alternatively states that the drone attack occurred in Yemen, three years before Day 9.


  1. Katharine Houreld (October 22, 2013). U.S. drone strikes killed Pakistani grandmother, laborers. Reuters. Retrieved on June 6, 2014.
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