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Report: U.S. drone strikes are less precise than claimed

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A report from Amnesty International states that U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan are not as precise as American officials allege them to be, claiming that at least 19 civilians were killed in two drone strikes since January 2012, though the Obama administration maintains that the strikes are “increasingly accurate.”