Pakistan: Will I be next?" US drone strikes in Pakistan
This report documents attacks by remotely piloted aircraft or ‘drones’ operated by the USA in Pakistan’s tribal areas between 2012 and 2013. The US appears to be exploiting the lawless and remote nature of the region to evade accountability for its drone program, including killings that may constitute extrajudicial executions or war crimes. Apart from the threat of US drone strikes, people in North Waziristan are caught in the middle of deliberate and indiscriminate attacks by armed groups and Pakistan’s armed forces.
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