Trump's First 100 Days Marked by Secret Strikes and Civilian Deaths

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Trump's First 100 Days Marked by Secret Strikes and Civilian Deaths

Commenting on President Trump's first 100 days in office, Kate Higham, Assassinations Project Lead at human rights organization Reprieve said:  

“President Trump has used his first 100 days in office to ramp up a failed, Obama-era policy of secret strikes around the world. Trump could have reversed this disastrous policy - instead, he has ramped it up, killing innocent children in countries like Yemen.

"The US assassination programme is illegal and unconstitutional - it is the death penalty without trial, on a global scale. 

"Secret operations that kill kids will do nothing to make Americans safer. The Trump Administration must urgently halt and review the US policy of global strikes - while America's allies, such as the UK, must urge the White House to change course."

Reprieve is a UK-based human rights organization that uses the law to enforce the human rights of prisoners, from death row to Guantánamo Bay.

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