Is targeting of Isis member Sally Jones legally justified?

UK attorney general set out legal arguments allowing such actions but strike raises question of whether UK is operating kill-list of targets The targeting of Sally Jones, who is believed to have died in a CIA drone strike in Syria, fits neatly into a framework of legal justifications prepared by the government for such premeditated killings. Related: British Isis member Sally Jones 'killed in airstrike with 12-year-old son' Continue reading...

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