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To slay an American, U.S.’ path long, thorny

WASHINGTON — One morning in late September 2011, a group of American drones took off from an airstrip the CIA had built in the remote southern expanse of Saudi Arabia. The drones crossed the border into Yemen, and were soon hovering over a group of trucks clustered in a desert patch of Jawf province, a region of the impoverished country once renowned for breeding Arabian horses.

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  • Headline: To slay an American, U.S.’ path long, thorny
  • Publication: Front Section, Pages 12 on 03/10/2013
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