Tag Archives: Bureau of Investigative Journalism

TBIJ> Latest Casualty Estimates, Drone Strikes

Casualty Estimates   The Bureau of Investigative Journalism CIA Drone Strikes in Pakistan 2004–2013 Total US strikes: 366 Obama strikes: 314  Total reported killed: 2,537-3,581 Civilians reported killed: 411-884 Children reported killed: 168-197 Total reported injured: 1,174-1,465   US Covert Action in Yemen 2002–2013 Confirmed US drone strikes: 43-53 Total reported killed: 228-328  Civilians reported killed: 12-45  Children reported killed: 2  Reported injured: 62-144 Possible extra […]

Covert Drone War> In Video: Naming the Dead

COVERT DRONE WAR In Video: Naming the Dead March 26th, 2013 | by Drones team | Bureau of Investigative Journalism   So far, our monitoring of CIA drone strikes has recorded at least 2,537 people reported to have been killed by strikes in Pakistan. But fewer than 20% of those killed have been named. Our new Naming the […]

Glenn Greenwald> U.S. again bombs mourners

U.S. again bombs mourners The Obama policy of attacking rescuers and grieving rituals continues this weekend in Pakistan BY GLENN GREENWALD    MONDAY, JUN 4, 2012    Salon.com (updated below) In February, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism documented that after the U.S. kills people with drones in Pakistan, it then targets for death those who show up at the […]

Glenn Greenwald> Top official: drone critics are Al Qaeda enablers> NYT Response

Top official: drone critics are Al Qaeda enablers BY GLENN GREENWALD   February 6, 2012   Salon.com (updated below) The New York Times‘ Scott Shane reported this morning on the Bureau of Investigative Journalism study I wrote about yesterday, detailing that the U.S. drone program, as the NYT put it, “repeatedly targeted rescuers who responded to the […]

Glenn Greenwald> U.S. drones targeting rescuers and mourners

U.S. drones targeting rescuers and mourners BY GLENN GREENWALD   SUNDAY, FEB 5, 2012    Salon.com Images from a Predator B unmanned aircraft are seen on a monitored at the Naval Air Station, in November, in Corpus Christi, Texas.  (Credit: AP) (updated below – Update II – Update III) On December 30 of last year, ABC News reported on a […]