U.S. drone strikes decrease in Pakistan, up in Yemen

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    there might be shortage of devices, few were captured by Iran and few shot down by Taliban.

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    Elbuda Mexicano

    I really don't think there is any shortage just a sending our "friends" and foes a message like sorry dudes! Ain't NO place to hide! Kaboom!

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    Still, going by the above figures, one in five of those killed may well be an innocent bystander.

    These things must be scary to ordinary people (let alone militants) trying to make any kind of living below where they are flying around.

    And then, if five armed militants knock on my door and ask for a night's shelter, can I say no? If I say yes, the drones will pick up our body heat signatures and my family house will thus become a target.

    Who would want to live in such a country. Meanwhile, the refugee exodus continues.

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    Herve Nmn L'Eisa

    It's ironic that the supposed "liberals" applaud remote control murder extrajudiciously, yet so vehemently squeal against the right of an individual to defend themselves from violent criminals.

    Drones make everyone LESS safe.

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    Elbuda Mexicano

    Drones only make TERRORISTS less safe so let the drones do their jobs Herve old boy!!!

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    Elbuda Mexicano

    Terrorists are cowards so drones must kaboom!!

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