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This Man Tells A Senate Subcommittee About Al-Qaeda's Best Recruiting Technique. It Will Shock You.

On April 17, 2013, a U.S.-operated drone struck Wessab, a village in the mountains of Yemen. This moving testimony is one of the few first-hand accounts of the damage wrought by the president's "targeted killing program." As you'll hear, the devastation goes far beyond the body count.

This Man Tells A Senate Subcommittee About Al-Qaeda's Best Recruiting Technique. It Will Shock You.

*At 5:35, Farea mentions "AQAP" which stands for al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, an off-shoot branch of al-Qaeda which is active in Yemen. For more on AQAP, check out this profile by BBC News.

The gaming world is not a safe place for women. A British study found that more than half of female gamers have experienced verbal abuse, 40% have received obscene messages, and 10% have been threatened with rape while playing online.

Female game reviewers are prime targets for male harassment as well. "I don't know any women in the industry who haven't experienced [harassment]," Kallie Plagge, a reviewer at GameStop.com told The Daily Beast."It varies by how outspoken you are on Twitter, for example, but I think we all get demoralizing comments, whether it's about our appearance or about the things we say."

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