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Pakistan’s first indigenous armed drone. ISPR

Pakistani drone strikes should worry Obama

Recent targeted killings by Pakistan prove that drone warfare is expanding – and in unpredictable ways. It's time for the US to reconsider its own policies.
A police helicopter and a police drone fly over a street march in Baltimore, Maryland, following the April 2015 death in custody of young black man Freddie Gray. Reuters/Adrees Latif

Police militarisation takes off with weaponised crowd-control drones

The use of drones by authorities has increased around the globe. In the US, drones have been used not only for police surveillance and in operations, but also to patrol its southern borders.
Unmanned aircraft, better known as drones, could have positive spin-offs for the African continent. Reuters/Edward Echwalu

How drones can deliver tangible benefits to ordinary people in Africa

Drones have a positive role to play on the African continent, from delivering medicines to fighting poaching and even giving visitors to game parks a head-up on where to spot the game.

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