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Daesh releases "hit list" of US pilots

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A group of hackers affiliated with the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist organization have released a “hit list” of more than 70 people they claim are US military drone pilots. The list includes the home addresses and photographs of 76 US Air Force personnel who have been involved in drone strikes against the terror group in Syria and Iraq. 'Kill them wherever they are, knock on their doors and behead them, stab them, shoot them in the face or bomb them,' the group said. The hackers also took a jab at US President Barack Obama, saying he has no courage “as he still refuses to send troops” and mount a ground offensive against Daesh.
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