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US federal court tosses out lawsuit over Yemeni men killed in drone strike

In unanimous ruling, three-judge panel says court lacks authority to question government decision-making in strike that allegedly killed innocent bystanders A US federal appeals court has thrown out a lawsuit by the families of two Yemeni men allegedly killed as innocent bystanders in a US drone strike in 2012. The unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel of the US court of appeals for the District of Columbia circuit in Washington upheld a lower court’s finding that it lacked the authority to question decision-making by the government over the missile strike.
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