The air war in Afghanistan is intensifying following the failure of the US-Taliban peace negotiations
US military has admitted a strike in October killed a child. To our knowledge, the US has only admitted six civilian deaths so far this year, despite allegations of many more
The air war in Afghanistan intensified in August. Whether this trend will continue remains to be seen, with Taliban talks collapsing and Trump's national security advisor out.
Hundreds more Afghan civilians are being killed or injured by US air strikes as the allied forces step up the aerial campaign against the Taliban
This is the evidence which helped the Bureau together with the New York Times' Visual Investigations Unit prove the US carried out a strike which locals say killed eleven children
We proved in the face of US denial that its military carried out an airstrike that killed seven children, their mother and four young cousins in Afghanistan
The figure is lower than those recorded by other organisations. The new report shows an improvement in military openness about overseas operations, but there is still a transparency gap
The Bureau has evidence showing an Afghan special forces unit backed by the CIA is committing abuses and its on-the-ground activities are supported by US air strikes
US aircraft are regularly hitting buildings in Afghanistan as the war escalates, even though this is known to cause civilian casualties. This is how one such strike affected an Afghan family
The US military has stopped publishing important information on its strikes in Afghanistan just two months after deciding to release it
Newly released data from the US military shows that over 60 buildings were hit last month despite long-standing concerns that these kinds of strikes cause civilian casualties
The UN has found civilian casualties from strikes have risen by 39 per cent, with the US responsible for over half of these
The US has publishing detailed information about its airstrikes in Afghanistan following a blackout reported by the Bureau
Trump administration considering overturning a key Obama-era policy that sought to make counter-terrorism operations more transparent, even as it ramps them up.
The Bureau explores how President Trump's administration is becoming less transparent on its rules of engagement for overseas wars
161 strikes were launched in Yemen and Somalia during Trump's first year in office, triple the number carried out the year before.
We take a look at strikes during Trump's first year in office
US strikes in Somalia shot up in November, with American planes carrying out five times as many strikes as they did in the previous month.
Questions for US on the air war remain unanswered, Bureau finds