Yemen

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
An MQ-9 Reaper lands in Afghanistan. (Photo: U.S. Airforce)
Under former President Barack Obama, covert operations flourished with the widely-adopted use of killer drones, though some internal policies sought to keep those potentially boundless war powers in check. Now, as many feared , it seems that his successor President Donald Trump is seeking to undo those restraints, making it easier to order attacks...
Jessica Purkiss and Jack Serle, TBIJ
In an unprecedented intensification of America’s counter-terrorism operations...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
U.S. President Donald Trump's own Supreme Court nominee is concerned about his attacks on the judiciary system. (Photo: Reuters)
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday once again lashed out on his critics,...

Further

Mohammed Al-Qawli, an educational consultant in Yemen, remains haunted by the day in January 2013 when he spent hours trying to collect the burned body parts of his brother Ali, a schoolteacher, and his cousin Salim, a student, both "accidentally" killed in a U.S. drone strike. Now Al-Qawli and rights group Reprieve are mounting a legal challenge against the U.K government for failing to investigate human rights violations by a British communications giant allegedly facilitating the killings of...