The NSA Is Collecting ’100%’ of Phone Calls in Some Country—But Where?

By: Tuesday March 18, 2014 4:45 pm

The National Security Agency has developed a system of surveillance that allows it to collect all of a country’s telephone calls. The capability envelops this nation’s entire telephone network and collects the content of conversations, many which are from Americans who “telephone, visit and work in the target country,” according to The Washington Post. The [...]

Pakistani Drone Victim Abducted, Tortured & Interrogated About Investigations Into Drone Strikes Is Freed

By: Friday February 14, 2014 10:00 am

A drone victim, journalist and activist who has spoken out against drone strikes in Pakistan, who was abducted from his home over one week ago, has been released. Kareem Khan, who has been pushing a legal case against the CIA and Pakistan government for killing his son and brother with a drone in December 2009, [...]

Pakistani Drone Victim, Who Has Sought to Hold CIA Accountable, Kidnapped & Disappeared

By: Wednesday February 12, 2014 3:52 pm

A drone victim, journalist and activist who has spoken out against drone strikes in Pakistan was kidnapped by fifteen to twenty men in the early hours of February 5. He is missing and a judge in Pakistan has ordered the Pakistani intelligence services to produce him by February 20. Kareem Khan has been pushing a [...]

Film Review: ‘These Birds Walk’ Immerses Viewers in Life of Runaway Boys in Pakistan

By: Sunday January 19, 2014 10:15 am

The feature documentary centers on The Edhi Home and Ambulance Foundation in Pakistan, a highly respected philanthropic organization in Pakistan and part of a social welfare system pioneered by Abdul Sattar Edhi, sometimes called “Father Teresa of Pakistan.” Edhi has spent decades helping unwanted or runaway children. The film opens with eighty-six year-old Edhi washing [...]

Drone Strike in Pakistan Was First to Be Launched by Obama Administration on Christmas Day

By: Thursday December 26, 2013 10:01 am

For the first time since the United States began to launch drone attacks, a strike was launched late on Christmas Day in Pakistan. Four people who could not be identified but who were allegedly from Afghanistan were killed. The Pakistani newspaper, The Express Tribune, reported, “Four suspected militants were killed when a US drone fired [...]

Faced with Anti-Drone Blockade Disrupting NATO Supply Route, US Warns Pakistan Aid Could Be Cut Off

By: Monday December 9, 2013 4:22 pm

A Pakistani political party chaired by Imran Khan has vowed to continue a blockade established as part of a protest against CIA drone strikes, despite a warning from the United States that aid could be cut off if it is not halted. Protests spearheaded by the political party, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), have been blockading a [...]

Pakistani Political Party Escalates Resistance Against US Drone Strikes By Naming CIA Station Chief

By: Wednesday November 27, 2013 3:35 pm

A political party in Pakistan has named the CIA station chief in the country and accused the chief and CIA director John Brennan of murder for their role in a recent drone strike in Hangu, where an Islamic school was targeted. The drone strike on November 21 killed six and, injured a “large number of [...]

Following Drone Strike in Pakistan, Report Filed with Police Accuses Unidentified Persons of Murder

By: Saturday November 23, 2013 1:18 pm

A formal complaint known as a First Information Report (FIR) has been filed by provincial government officials and local police in the aftermath of a drone strike in Pakistan that hit an Islamic school in the Hangu district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. The strike killed at least five people. According to various media sources, police station chief [...]

US Drone Strike Targeting Seminary in Settled Area of Pakistan Kills Six

By: Thursday November 21, 2013 11:15 am

At least six people were killed and several injured in the Hangu district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan early in the morning on November 21 when a CIA drone attacked a seminary. The drone strike appeared to have targeted militants from the Haqqani network, a group the United States government believes has close ties to [...]

In Congressional Briefing, Yemeni Delegation Describe Terror Drones Bring to Their Communities

By: Wednesday November 20, 2013 11:53 am

“What could possibly justify terrorizing a community of 250,000 just for the purpose of killing one person?” At a congressional briefing hosted by Representative Alan Grayson and organized by CODEPINK, this was one of a number of questions posed as a delegation of individuals from Yemen spoke about the direct impact United States drones have [...]

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