This video says about itself:
US Drone Strike statistics based on research by a team of journalists of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism:
(As of October 10, 2012)
CIA Drone Strikes in Pakistan 2004 — 2012:
Total US strikes: 349
Obama strikes: 297
Total reported killed: 2,593-3,365
Civilians reported killed: 474-884
Children reported killed: 176
Total reported injured: 1,249-1,389
For latest Pakistan strike data click here.
US Covert Action in Yemen 2002 — 2012:
Total confirmed US operations (all): 52-62
Total confirmed US drone strikes: 40-50
Possible additional US operations: 119-138
Possible additional US drone strikes: 63-76
Total reported killed (all): 357-1,038
Total civilians killed (all): 60-163
Children killed (all): 24-34
For latest data from Yemen click here.
US Covert Action in Somalia 2007 — 2012:
Total US strikes: 10-23
Total US drone strikes: 3-9
Total reported killed: 58-170
Civilians reported killed: 11-57
Children reported killed: 1-3
For complete data on Somalia click here.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Saturday 8 March 2014, 03:46 (Update: 08-03-14, 09:17 AM)
From Snowden‘s documents it would appear that the Americans have no access to the local telephone network in Somalia. According to the NSA, the MIVD does have access to those data, the newspaper writes.
The information from the MIVD according to NRC Handelsblad is used in the drone attacks on Somalia. The U.S. military is currently engaged in attacks on members of the terrorist group al- Shabaab. The drone attacks are controversial, as in those attacks often innocent civilians are killed as well.
The Dutch Department of Defense says Dutch information may be used in the attacks, but if at all, that would probably be to a very limited degree.
US drone strikes in Somalia part of drive to control Horn of Africa: here.