Signature strikes and CIA control of Pakistan drones likely until 2014, documents suggest
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Obama admits civilians have been killed in drone strikes.
Five British-born citizens have had their passports removed.
Field investigators confirm they have never been contacted by Congressional committees over Pakistan drone deaths.
A case-by-case breakdown of the people the UK government sought to exile.
The Bureau aims to identify victims of CIA drone attacks in Pakistan.
US, UK and Israel drone strikes to be examined, as latest Yemen attack kills two children.
Did US know of civilian drone deaths months before Brennan’s controversial comments?
Senior Pakistani officials reportedly in crisis talks to assess impact of militant leader’s death.
Dataset: Increased debate around the use of drones affects the campaign in Pakistan.
New data from Libya, Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts shows escalating role of drones.
Six times more CIA drone strikes in Pakistan under Obama than under Bush, according to Bureau data.
Tenth anniversary of US covert programme which has killed thousands.
Newspaper’s drone reporting suggests reluctance to reflect civilian deaths.
Eyewitnesses confirm CIA targeting of rescuers in tribal areas.
Prime minister avoids overt criticism of Washington’s targeted killing policy.
The challenges of accountability when airstrikes go wrong and civilians die in Yemen
The US president lays out rules of engagement for covert drone killings.
Drone attacks continue in Ramadan, but no concessions by some militant groups either.