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ANOHNI is gearing up for the release of Hopelessness on May 6. She recently shared the video for “Drone Bomb Me,” which she called “an indictment of America’s drone campaign in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and so forth.” In a new interview with The Guardian, the singer expanded on these ideas. “We desperately hoped [President Obama would] […]


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09 April, 2016 ATC issued non-bailable warrants for Pervez Musharraf PAF to upgrade fleet of fighter jets ATC issued non-bailable warrants for Pervez Musharraf Pakistan ready to work with India to prevent arms race: FO Xinjiang signed $2 billion deal with Pakistan Opposition parties demanded investigations of Panama Papers leak India does not want comprehensive […]

There are four new members of the Surrey and Sussex Policing teams – drones. The two forces have acquired The Aeryon SkyRangers having been awarded almost £250,000 to fund them. One has supported the policing operations at Gatwick since March 2014. They can work day and night, in high wind and heavy rain, and can reach […]

Yesterday, President Obama was asked a revealing question at the end of an appearance at the University of Chicago defending the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court.  A student inquired about the president’s unilateral authority to authorize drone strikes outside of traditional battlefields, asking specifically:  “How are these killings morally and legally […]

Surrey and Sussex Police have acquired four new state-of-the-art drones. The Aeryon SkyRangers will add to the existing one which has been used to support policing operations at Gatwick since March 2014. The drones – also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) – are designed to be used to safeguard people and to assist with […]

The Mumbai Police have banned drones, micro-light planes and paragliders in the city for a period of 30 days ending on the 4th of May, reports Business Standard. The police have used Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code to execute the order. The police have cited a terrorist threat as the reason to ban […]

Britain’s secretive MI6 intelligence agency and fed the CIA with essential targeting information for the Obama administration’s clandestine drone campaign against the Yemen-based terror group al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, according to report published Thursday. For the past decade, British intelligence has actively cooperated with the U.S. and Yemeni agencies in the covert war […]