Between 2010 and 2020 the Bureau tracked US drone strikes and other covert actions in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia. The comprehensive reporting on civilian deaths helped lead to greater official transparency on targeted killing, and provided the data needed to hold the White House to account.About the team @latest_strike
We verify our data from numerous sources and provide it in the form of narrative timelines and Google spreadsheets. It is freely available under a Creative Commons license.
A five-month collaborative OSINT investigation reveals the devastating reality of the US air war in Afghanistan
The Bureau and Bellingcat spent two months uncovering mounds of evidence from a list of 21 strikes believed to have killed civilians
There is a deeply worrying lack of transparency around civilian casualties in Afghanistan almost 20 years after US operations began
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