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Mali The Al Qaida Papers Drones

Mali The Al Qaida Papers Drones

FILE In this Jan. 21, 2013 file photo, French troops inspect the charred remains of trucks used by radical Islamists, on the outskirts of Diabaly, Mali. An instruction on camouflaging cars is one of 22 tips on how to avoid drones, listed on a document left behind by the Islamic extremists as they fled northern Mali from a French military intervention in January. The tip sheet, found Feb. 6 by an AP reporter in Timbuktu, reflects how al-Qaida's chapter in North Africa anticipated a military intervention that would make use of drones, as the battleground in the war on terror worldwide is shifting from boots on the ground to unmanned planes in the air.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay, File)
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