October 4, 2012

Inside Pakistan's Drone Country

Ahmed Mujeeb, BBC News

AP Photo

Pakistan's tribal region of Waziristan, constantly watched and regularly bombarded by US military drones, has been called the most dangerous place on earth. The relentless assault exacts a huge psychological toll on the people who live there.

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TAGGED: Drones, Taliban, Pakistan

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