This video is about drone warfare.
From daily The Morning Star in London:
Exhibition shows true face of CIA drone strikes
Tuesday 19 July 2011
The Obama administration has insisted that US drone strikes are “exceptionally surgically precise” and “do not put innocent men, women and children at risk.”
But a detailed examination of 116 CIA drone strikes in Pakistan since August 2010 has found at least 10 attacks in which a total of 45 or more civilians appear to have been killed.
British-based legal action charity Reprieve and human rights lawyer Shahzad Akbar are seeking an international arrest warrant for former CIA legal adviser John Rizzo over his sanctioning of drone attacks in Pakistan.
The Gaming in Waziristan exhibition, displaying harrowing photos of drone victims, runs at the Beaconsfield, London SE11, from 11am-5pm, Tuesday-Friday until August 5.
See also here.
The money spent on war should be used to help famine victims, writes Ramzy Baroud: here.
Deepening divisions between the CIA and US State dept on drone warfare in Pakistan: here.
Washington’s covert drone war on Pakistan’s tribal areas has killed up to 775 civilians since 2004, according to a new study by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism: here.
52 attacks by drones under George Bush – complete reports and summaries for each one: here.
Drone War Exposed – the complete picture of CIA strikes in Pakistan: here.
Strikes continuing to the present day – 2011 in CIA drone attacks: here.
The civilian victims of the CIA’s drone war: here.
Pakistani military want veto on drone strikes: here.
US Sees Rise in Demand for Unmanned Drones: here.
UK: Peace campaigners vowed today to oppose RAF plans to operate deadly unmanned Reaper drones from a Lincolnshire airbase: here.