Lauren McCauley, staff writer
The brother of a drone strike victim told researchers, "We had hoped that America would come to the region with educational and development projects and services, but it came instead with aircrafts to kill our children." (Image via Open Society Justice Foundation/ Mwatana Organization for Human Rights)
A new investigation into the United States' killer drone campaign in Yemen, published Tuesday, finds that not only does that program fail to conform to protocols established by U.S. President Barack Obama, but that the strikes have in fact led to increased anti-American sentiment and greater regional destabilization. The study by the Open Society...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
In a move heralded as a victory and vindication, a high court in Pakistan on...
Jack Serle, Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Perhaps paradoxically in the digital age, the fog of war has never been denser.


Crowdfunding has reached new, weird, possibly inevitable levels with Ukraine nationalists now raising money from online supporters to fund the country's "first people's infantry battalion," starting with a "People's Drone" to patrol the Russian border and moving on to include bulletproof vests, painkillers, a sniper unit and anything else "the boys needed." The site has raised 71% of its goal to arm the sniper unit and over its goal for the drone, which could be good or bad news, depending on...