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By Sudarsan RaghavanThe CIA is expected to begin operating armed drone aircraft over Yemen, expanding the hunt for al-Qaeda operatives in a country where counter-terrorism efforts have been disrupted by political chaos, U.S. officials said.The plan to move CIA-operated Predator...
CAMP TAJI, Iraq (Nov. 29, 2010) – An Army unit deployed to Camp Taji, Iraq, is shaping the future of the Army’s unmanned aircraft systems program with a handful of its newest aircraft, the MQ-1C Gray Eagle....
US Predator strike aircraft fired missiles at a compound and a vehicle in Pakistan's Taliban-controlled tribal agency of North Waziristan today, possibly killing four civilians....
Pentagon looking for better ways to sift through data The U.S. military is fast running out of human analysts to process the vast amounts of video footage collected by the robotic planes and aerial sensors that blanket Afghanistan and other fronts...
Stepped-up search for al-Qaeda; But using Predators to fire missiles presents its own risks The United States has deployed Predator drones to hunt for al-Qaeda operatives in Yemen for the first time in years but has not fired missiles from the...
WASHINGTON — The C.I.A. has drastically increased its bombing campaign in the mountains of Pakistan in recent weeks, American officials said. The strikes are part of an effort by military and intelligence operatives to try to cripple the Taliban in...
Computer glitches and human error contribute to costly losses. And demand is only increasing.By David Zucchino ...
GENEVA -- The campaign of CIA drone strikes against suspected militants in Pakistan has made the United States "the most prolific user of targeted killings" in the world, said a United Nations official, who urged that responsibility for the program...
WASHINGTON -- By all appearances, the Obama administration wanted him alive, not dead. It posted a $5 million reward for information leading to the "location, arrest, and/or conviction" of Baitullah Mehsud, the fierce leader of the Pakistani Taliban, in a...
Is the CIA's secret program of drone strikes against terrorists in Pakistan and Yemen a case of illegal assassinations or legitimate self defense?...

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