The Higher Regional Court in Munich said the woman did not intervene to save the girl when her ISIS husband left her outside to die in the heat.
Terrorist groups in Africa have killed and displaced thousands of people, and France has taken the lead among foreign powers trying to combat them.
The German foreign minister said the children of suspected ISIS fighters were "in no way responsible for their circumstances."
A criminal complaint says ISIS recruited 38-year-old Mohammed Khalifa to the group's media bureau because of his fluency in English.
The military initially defended the drone attack as a "righteous strike." The August 29 strike killed 10 Afghan civilians, including seven children.
The man who attacked seven people in a mass stabbing on Friday had his refugee status revoked, but authorities could not keep him in jail during his appeal.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the attacker was being monitored and that he "obviously was a supporter of ISIS ideology."
"We will maintain the fight against terrorism in Afghanistan and other countries. We just don't need to fight a ground war to do it," Biden said.
After the Taliban took control of Kabul, Fatimah Hossaini saw that she had no choice but to leave her beloved city. She documented her journey out.
The strike killed its intended target in the Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province, US military officials said Friday.
"President Biden has simultaneously empowered terrorists and crippled our ability to watch or neutralize them," one expert said.
"ISIS-K has struggled to gain a large foothold in Afghanistan but it remains a potent threat," one expert told Insider.
US military jets have defense systems but other planes doing evacuation missions don't have the same protections, Gen. Kenneth McKenzie said.
GOP lawmakers have asked for President Joe Biden to step down after the suicide bombing in Kabul that killed at least 13 US servicemen.
Biden on Thursday said he ordered military commanders "to develop operational plans to strike ISIS-K assets, leadership, and facilities."
"Osama bin Laden had one hit, and it was a bad one, in New York City, the World Trade Center," Trump said.
"There was a very strong and powerful suicide attack, in the middle of the people. Many were killed, including Americans," one witness told Reuters.