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The CIA wants to significantly expand its fleet of drones – and is pressing the White House to give the go ahead. It would allow the agency to sustain – or even increase – lethal strikes abroad, including those in Pakistan. The news comes just a day after the Pakistani Interior Minister quoted statistics suggesting 80 per cent of people killed in US drone attacks have been civilians. Rehman Malik said in 300 strikes, more than two thousand people have died. RT’s Irina Galushko looks into the bloody history of U.S. drone operations in Pakistan.
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