Noor watched as a drone strike killed a feared local commander. Or did it?
At least 41 people killed in three separate attacks in Yemen.
Attack comes less than a year after Obama promised ‘near certainty’ no civilians would be killed.
24-year-old Londoner spends two years awaiting trial in ‘unacceptable’ conditions.
New Zealand and Australia have confirmed a US attack has killed two of their citizens.
Peers vote for greater scrutiny on Theresa May’s Immigration Bill clause.
The Bureau’s March update on US actions in the covert drone war.
Former DPP and Supreme Court judge sign amendment calling for more scrutiny.
Wide-ranging select committee report calls for more transparency over unmanned strikes.
MPs from all three main parties voice concerns on controversial clause.
‘There is potential here for damage to the UK’s international relations’, expert warns.
The Bureau’s February update on US actions in the covert drone war.
Ben Emmerson publishes second report of year-long UN investigation into drones.
Claim is part of an investigation into December 2013 drone strike that hit a wedding party.
At least fifteen citizenship stripping orders were issued while suspects out of the country.
As Immigration Bill is debated in House of Lords, judge warns on ‘endless and circular’ citizen-stripping case.
Report raises concerns of ‘negligence’ in drone strike that killed 10 civilians.
Democrat Party members of Congress use hearing to call for increased transparency.
The Bureau’s January update on US actions in the covert drone war.