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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

New Ad Campaign Explains Drones to Skeptical American Public

The ads were released one week after historic Congressional testimony by Pakistani survivors of U.S. drone attacks. Sponsored by Representative Alan Grayson of Florida, the hearing was the first time that survivors were able to present lawmakers with the on-the-ground reality of America's drone policy. Rafiq ur Rehman, a primary school teacher in North Waziristan, described an October 2012 missile strike that killed his mother and hospitalized his children as they were picking vegetables. Two of the children, 9-year-old Nabila and 13-year-old Zubair, also delivered testimony. More [HERE]

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Blogger Blogger Sucks said...

I read that as an Onion headline.


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