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Who, What, Why: When is it legal to kill your own citizens? - BBC News


Who, What, Why: When is it legal to kill your own citizens? - BBC News: Prime Minister David Cameron said the attorney general had agreed there was a "clear legal basis" for targeting Khan. Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said the strike was a "perfectly legal act of self defence".

But concerns have been raised by senior politicians and human rights groups. Former attorney general Dominic Grieve has said the decision to launch the attack could be "legally reviewed or challenged", while Conservative MP David Davis said it would amount to an "extra-judicial execution" without formal checks.

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