Documents: Al-Qaeda focused on destroying U.S. drones

Top-secret intelligence documents show that al-Qaeda is trying to find ways to jam or destroy U.S. drones, though there is no evidence that it has succeeded so far. The report, which whistleblower Edward Snowden supplied to the media, is called "Threats to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles," said that al-Qaeda cells in northwest Pakistan were working on technology to disrupt or disable U.S. drones.

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