Richard Norton-Taylor
The Guardian
February 25, 2014

A Pakistani tribesman whose son and brother were killed in a CIA drone strike urged British MPs on Tuesday to support his efforts to declare the attacks illegal and persuade the US to end them.

Kareem Khan, close relatives were killed in 2009, told the Guardian that the UK was “equally liable” since it was a close intelligence partner of the US.

He said he had come to London “to inform the British people about the reality of drones and what they are doing in Pakistan on the ground.”


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