Drones

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
Bilal Abdul Kareem, an American journalist, believes he may be on the U.S. government's "kill list." (Photo: Bilal Abdul Kareem/Twitter)
Award-winning war reporter Bilal Abdul Kareem, who says he has been the target of numerous U.S.-led airstrikes, was also wounded by Syrian tank fire while covering the country's civil war.
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
CodePink activists Maggie Huntington and Toby Blomé unfurl a banner and block traffic during an anti-drone protest at Creech Air Force Base in Clark County, Nevada on October 2, 2020 (Photo: Codepink)
One CodePink protester said she hopes the week-long protest "will teach the...
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
An armed U.S. military drone sits on a base runway. (Photo: Getty Images)
AFRICOM acknowledges 46 bombings of claimed militant targets this year, while...

Further

In a shameless nod to depravity, Benny Gantz, former Israeli army chief and political rival to Netanyahu in April elections, has released campaign ads in which he brags of raining death and destruction on innocents. Complete with swelling music, aerial shots and a ticking body count, he proudly celebrates bombing Gaza "back to the Stone Age" and killing 2,200 Palestinians, mostly civilians - because in a country where the choice is between a fascist and a fascist, "Only the strong win."