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Drone attack legality 'questionable'

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Pilotless drone attacks are seeing increasing use as a means of attacking insurgents in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Professor Michael Schmitt of Durham University and Mary Ellen O'Connor, from Notre Dame University in Indiana, discuss the legality of using drones in a sovereign state.


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