As a new generation of Yemenis confronts the fear of U.S. attacks, they are taking action and demanding answers.
Halfway through their four year campaign, the U.S. military is already failing at combating “violent extremist organizations” in Africa, according to a recent Pentagon report and formerly secret plans.
An Amnesty International report released today alleges civilian killings by these mercenaries as part of the growing war in Mozambique.
Yemenis who say their families and lives have been destroyed by seven erroneously-targeted attacks seek to hold the U.S. accountable for its war on terror, and have filed a petition against the government.
Formerly secret documents show that the recent directive disrupts plans to further entrench the U.S. in Somalia—and civilians will still be in harm's way.
Government investigations describe American security assistance efforts as a waste of time and money.
Formerly secret files raise questions about the security of American military bases in Africa.
“Organizing and holding elections in such an environment will likely prove very difficult.”
“We are extremely lucky that there have not been more situations like Niger.”
While no seven individuals can stand in for the more than 300 people I interviewed for this project, these particular voices offer a representative portrait of the violence and hardships faced by, and the incredible resilience of, so many of their fellow