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US Considers Targeting American Terrorism Suspect in Pakistani
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February 28, 2014 10:55 PM
The Obama administration is debating whether to approve a deadly drone strike on an American in Pakistan. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, a White House official is reported to have identified the man as being involved in producing explosive devices that have killed U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

US Considers Targeting American Terrorism Suspect in Pakistan

Published February 28, 2014

The Obama administration is debating whether to approve a deadly drone strike on an American in Pakistan. As VOA's Kent Klein reports, a White House official is reported to have identified the man as being involved in producing explosive devices that have killed U.S. troops in Afghanistan.


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