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David Sedney, former deputy assistant defense secretary overseeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia, says Obama's plan would apply obsolete tactics like "semi-blindly firing Tomahawk missiles into training camps hours after bin Laden had flown the coop." (Associated Press)

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LED IN: David Sedney, former deputy assistant defense secretary overseeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia, says Obama's plan would apply obsolete tactics like "semi-blindly firing Tomahawk missiles into training camps hours after bin Laden had flown the coop." (Associated Press)

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David Sedney, former deputy assistant defense secretary overseeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Central Asia, says Obama's plan would apply obsolete tactics like "semi-blindly firing Tomahawk missiles into training camps hours after bin Laden had flown the coop." (Associated Press)

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Members of Pakistan's civil society hold banners during a protest to condemn the killing of pregnant woman Farzana Parveen, who was stoned to death in Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, May 29, 2014. A senior police official in Pakistan said Mohammed Iqbal, husband of the woman stoned to death by her family earlier this week, was arrested for killing his first wife, though the case against him was withdrawn. Iqbal’s second wife was bludgeoned to death Tuesday in the eastern city of Lahore by family members. Iqbal and his wife's lawyer said the family was angry because they wanted her to marry someone else. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

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Pakistan women take part in a rally against the U.S. drone strikes in Pakistani tribal areas in Peshawar, Pakistan, in this April 23, 2011, file photo. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad, file)