Drone wars: the full data

The Bureau collects data on US strikes in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen from government, military and intelligence officials, and from credible media, academic and other sources, including on occasion Bureau researchers. We collect and present quantitative data on strikes and casualty estimates in  spreadsheets, and qualitative data in narrative timelines. Please note that our data changes according to our current understanding of particular strikes. The information contained in the spreadsheets and timelines represents our best estimates. 

More information on our methodology can be found here.

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  • Mudit Bhandari

    Are these Drone attacks, pre-emptive or anticipatory attacks in self-defence?

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