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Study reveals 168 child deaths in Pakistan drone war
US drone strikes in Pakistan have killed more civilians than previously reported, including 168 children, according to figures compiled by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
Drone attacks in Pakistan are ‘next Guantanamo’
A lawyer acting for victims of US drone strikes in Pakistan is preparing fresh legal action against the CIA and tells Channel 4 News Osama bin Laden’s death strengthens the case against the attacks.
Pakistanis ‘humiliated’ by US over Osama bin Laden death
A former member of Pakistan’s intelligence agency tells Channel 4 News that the US has been humiliating the Pakistani Government since the death of Osama bin Laden.
Bin Laden: did his death justify water-boarding?
As much of America celebrates the death of Osama bin Laden, questions surface over the use of torture in locating his whereabouts, writes Washington correspondent Sarah Smith.
US drone attacks ‘failing to kill many militant leaders’
US drones in Pakistan are failing to kill many militant leaders, according to analyst Peter Bergen who tells Channel 4 News only two per cent of deaths are senior Taliban or al-Qaeda figures.
CIA drone strikes: a legal war?
A UN senior official tells Channel 4 News if CIA personnel are operating drone strikes in Pakistan, they could be prosecuted for murder and war crimes if humanitarian laws are violated.