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Published on Sep 25, 2012
A new report conducted by researchers at the NYU School of Law and Stanford reveals that US-led drone strikes have killed more civilians in Pakistan than American officials have admitted on the record. While the White House maintains that unmanned aerial vehicles rarely target civilians, researchers say that the number of innocent people killed in the attacks is something much more significant. The latest findings are based on more than 100 in-depth interviews with victims of the attacks and Pakistani government officials, who say some civilians won't even take their children to school over fear of drones. John Amick is the director of the Brave New Foundation's War Costs campaign and brings us the latest on the investigation into UAV assaults.