Weekly Roundup 8/26

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Weekly Roundup 8/19

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Weekend Roundup 8/5

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Weekend Roundup 7/21

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Weekend Roundup 7/8

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Weekend Roundup 7/1

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Weekend Roundup 6/17

News Trending Now The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, has accused his own military of colluding with the United States to secretly allow drone strikes to be carried out in the country: “The policy of protesting against drone strikes for public consumption, while working behind the scenes to make …

Weekend Roundup 6/9

If you would like to receive our weekly roundup directly to your inbox, let us know at barddrones [at] gmail. News Trending Now The new Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, called for a halt to American drone strikes. “It is not fair that we respect others’ sovereignty,” he said …