No U.S. Drone Strikes in Mali Without Congressional Approval
France has undertaken a major military campaign in Mali. Some U.S. officials are talking about the possibility of supporting the French military campaign with US drone strikes. The Los Angeles Times reports that the Pentagon is pressing for greater U.S. military involvement, but the White House is resisting.
Congress hasn't authorized U.S. military intervention in Mali. In particular, Congress hasn't authorized US drone strikes in Mali.
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