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In this Friday, Dec. 10, 2010 file photo, Pakistani tribal villagers hold a rally to condemn the U.S. drone attacks on their villages in border areas along the Afghanistan border, in Islamabad, Pakistan. Amnesty International calls on the U.S. to investigate reported civilian casualties from CIA drone strikes in Pakistan and compensate victims in a report providing new details about innocent citizens allegedly killed in the attacks. (B.K. Bangash/AP)
Pakistani tribal villagers hold a rally to condemn the U.S. drone attacks on their villages in border areas along the Afghanistan border, in Islamabad, Pakistan, Dec. 10, 2010. (B.K. Bangash/AP)

Today, the House of Representatives will hear from Pakistanis who have been affected by drone strikes in their country.

Representative Alan Grayson of Florida has convened a briefing where young victims of drone strikes will tell their stories.

The Rehman family will speak with legislators, telling them about the drone strike that killed their grandmother on Oct. 24, 2012, in Pakistan.

This will be the first time U.S. legislators hear testimonies directly from civilian drone-strike victims.

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This segment aired on October 29, 2013.

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