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    Human Rights Groups Call For Investigation of US Drone Strikesi
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    October 22, 2013 9:57 PM
    Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International released joint reports Tuesday documenting dozens of civilian deaths from U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen. The reports challenge assertions by the Obama administration that such casualties are rare and call for official investigations into possible violations of international human rights laws. VOA’s Brian Padden reports.

    Human Rights Groups Call For Investigation of US Drone Strikes

    Published October 22, 2013

    Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International released joint reports Tuesday documenting dozens of civilian deaths from U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen. The reports challenge assertions by the Obama administration that such casualties are rare and call for official investigations into possible violations of international human rights laws. VOA’s Brian Padden reports.


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