The CIA have been developing a drone base in a tiny Niger town in the middle of the Sahara desert – which may have already been used to deploy and fly lethal missions in southern Libya.

Located in the oasis town of Dirkou, the new base was built next to a civilian airport, growing into a large, wall-protected compound with five military defensive positions surrounding the area.

The rapid development can be seen on satellite images and has been confirmed by a report on the ground.

The base is operated by the CIA, the report said. It should not to be confused with the $110 million base in Agadez, located some 580 km (360 miles) west and run by the Pentagon.

The USA is run by several Deep State regime’s, whom are presented by four military brigades. The US Army, the US Navy, the US Air Force and the US Marines all have the same equipment to their disposal in order to deploy and secure their foreign hostile invasive missions around the world.

The CIA and Pentagon both command their own units, in order to pave the way for Washington’s political annexations of targeted countries.

The Reaper Drone missions are used to target African refugees who are on their way to find water and a better life in Europe. / ABC Flash Point Military News 2018.

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Samson Nyimu

Canadian military of African decent, tour duty in Kandahar 2008-2009 and 2017-2018 Sinai peninsular with National Guard from Boston and Texas as Camera Oparetor in SouBatt as a survillance. I would like to work for CIA, originally from Uganda, but Canadian citizen.

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Am wait and like to work in Niger at CIA operation drone center or outside linguistic operations