January 3, 2013

2013 Rings in with More Drone Strikes

Spencer Ackerman, Danger Room

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It’s barely three days into 2013, and the Obama administration’s lethal campaign of drone strikes has resumed in earnest. Missiles fired by remotely piloted planes struck targets in Pakistan and Yemen three times in the past several hours, killing several people, including two prominent militant commanders.

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