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June 24, 2015 12:16 PM

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British documents provided to the New York Times and the Guardian by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden reveal telling details about the plot of a 2012 drone air strike in Yemen and offer clues to how the U.S. determines terrorist targets. Additionally, the documents appear to show that the N.S.A. has worked in Pakistan and Yemen with the British Government Communications Headquarters, or G.C.H.Q.

The British documents appear to have supplied intelligence for a strike in Yemen that was intended to kill a doctor, Ibrahim al-Asiri. Asiri had "pioneered using surgically planted explosives"; one of his bombs was responsible for a thwarted attack on a Detroit-bound plane in 2009 while another only...

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