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Drone 'Kill List' Lawsuit Greenlit
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14 Jun 2018 02:43 AM EST

A federal judge ruled Wednesday, a lawsuit challenging the U.S. government's use of a so-called kill list to target suspected terrorists for drone attack overseas can go forward in part. This as reported by Politico.
U.S. District Court Judge Rosemary Collyer rejected the government's bid to dismiss the entirety of the case. It was brought last year by former Al Jazeera Islamabad bureau chief Ahmad Zaidan and freelance journalist Bilal Kareem.
Both men said they were nearly killed in a series of U.S. drone strikes overseas. This led them to conclude that they have been placed on a list approved targets for deadly drone attacks carried out by American forces.

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