U.K. Panel Wants Clarification On Drone Strike Legal Case

Credit: Tony Osborne
LONDON — A committee of British parliamentarians is urging the British government to produce a clearer legal basis for the use of so-called targeted killing using unmanned aerial vehicles. In its report, published May 10, the U.K. Joint Committee on Human Rights says there should be greater...

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