Battle drones ordered to kill all suspicious

    The US Army and the CIA have expanded the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) in Pakistan.

    If earlier the special services used them only for targeted attacks against famous terrorists, then from now on drones will be able to attack all suspicious people, even if their names are not known (these can be instructors, rank-and-file militants, any suspicious persons with weapons in their hands), as well as other objects according to the extended list (training camps, places of rest, etc.).

    Missiles are launched remotely, after carefully viewing the picture received from the video camera.

    It should be noted that the United States does not wage war with Pakistan, just this country is the base for the bandits who then come to Afghanistan. You can’t introduce troops there, but they launched drones.

    A robotic war strategy was reportedly developed by the Bush administration in the final months of its reign, at the end of 2008, and is fully supported by the new president, who seeks to minimize the number of casualties among US troops.

    The use of combat drones in Pakistan began in 2004. According to human rights activists, over the years, about 30% of those killed with drones were civilians. The military responded that they estimated this figure to be less, and many civilians remained close to the targets of their own free will.

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