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KARACHI: The United States has once again stepped up its drone campaign in the border regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan after a relatively long lull. The frequency of drone strikes had significantly decreased towards the end of former US president Barack Obama's presidency. However, the ascension ...
Finally, on December 1, 2005, missiles killed Abu Hamza Rabia, a senior al-Qaeda official, in the village of Haisori (an attack three weeks prior missed him, but reportedly killed his wife and daughter). However, the Pakistani government claimed Rabia blew himself up experimenting with explosives.

Three weeks later, Rabia was tracked to the village of Haisori. On December 1, at 1:45 a.m., a Predator fired Hellfire missiles at a mud-brick compound in Haisori, killing Rabia, a Syrian bodyguard, and the seventeen-year old son and eight-year old nephew of the owner of the house. At the blast site, ...
On December 4, 2005, he photographed the remnants of a Hellfire missile that had killed a senior Al-Qaeda commander, Abu Hamza Rabia, in Haisori in North Waziristan. Khan was abducted by five men in a white Toyota pickup the next day and was not seen again for six months. On June 16, 2006, ...
Tribal witnesses in Pakistan said a “hail of missiles” struck the mud house in the village of Haisori. Other witnesses told NBC that missile remnants bearing US markings remain in the area. They also said they had heard six explosions, but it is uncertain how many of these were the result of missile attacks ...

Finally, on December 1, 2005, missiles killed Abu Hamza Rabia, a senior al-Qaeda official, in the village of Haisori (an attack three weeks prior missed him, but reportedly killed his wife and daughter). However, the Pakistani government claimed Rabia blew himself up experimenting with explosives.
Three weeks later, Rabia was tracked to the village of Haisori. On December 1, at 1:45 a.m., a Predator fired Hellfire missiles at a mud-brick compound in Haisori, killing Rabia, a Syrian bodyguard, and the seventeen-year old son and eight-year old nephew of the owner of the house. At the blast site, ...

On December 4, 2005, he photographed the remnants of a Hellfire missile that had killed a senior Al-Qaeda commander, Abu Hamza Rabia, in Haisori in North Waziristan. Khan was abducted by five men in a white Toyota pickup the next day and was not seen again for six months. On June 16, 2006, ...
Finally, on December 1, 2005, missiles killed Abu Hamza Rabia, a senior al-Qaeda official, in the village of Haisori (an attack three weeks prior ...
Three weeks later, Rabia was tracked to the village of Haisori. On December 1, at 1:45 a.m., a Predator fired Hellfire missiles at a mud-brick ...
... the remnants of a Hellfire missile that had killed a senior Al-Qaeda commander, Abu Hamza Rabia, in Haisori in North Waziristan. Khan was ...
Finally, on December 1, 2005, missiles killed Abu Hamza Rabia, a senior al-Qaeda official, in the village of Haisori (an attack three weeks prior ...
Three weeks later, Rabia was tracked to the village of Haisori. On December 1, at 1:45 a.m., a Predator fired Hellfire missiles at a mud-brick ...


 

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