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US drones in Pakistan have killed thousands since 2004. How have leaders defended or decried these deadly planes?
Why won't the U.S. put an end to them?
Tourists reported seeing flying object they mistakenly thought had crashed into Seattle landmark
Also Wednesday, a suspected U.S. drone strike kills 15 purported rebels in North Waziristan
Unregulated and secretive drone use is likely to erode legal and moral norms around world, report says
Justice Department memo reveals the government’s criteria for extrajudicial executions of U.S. citizens
DOJ memo from 2010 says killing of Anwar al-Awlaki was legal because the US citizen was 'operational leader' of Al-Qaeda
Attacks, which follow Karachi airport siege, were given ‘express approval,’ unnamed Pakistan officials say
In a first, the aviation regulator greenlights remote-controlled flights over Alaskan oil pipelines and equipment
Bush’s ‘Global War on Terror’ may have ended in name, but America’s shadow war is full steam ahead