• Meqdad Tuaiman

    May 30, 2017

    Meqdad Tuaiman is a father from Mareb, Yemen. Several members of his family have been killed by secret US drone strikes.

  • Mohammed Ali

    March 7, 2017

    Mohammed ‘Moha’ Ali is a top investigative journalist in Kenya who fears that British-backed security forces have placed him on their “kill list”.

  • Malik Jalal

    April 11, 2016

    Malik Jalal is on America’s ‘Kill List’. The U.S. government has already tried to kill him four times. He is a community leader, anti-drone activist and a prominent member of the North Waziristan Peace Committee. Malik has been told that he is a target because he is “inciting” people against the drone strikes.

  • Nasser Salim

    April 7, 2016

    57 people were killed in the drone strikes attempting to target an alleged Al-Qaida leader - who was mistakenly reported killed three times, but each time the dead were those unlucky enough to be in the path of the so-called precision strikes. One of the people killed was Nasser Salim.

  • Faisal bin Ali Jaber

    November 28, 2014

    Faisal bin Ali Jaber is an engineer from Yemen. His brother-in-law Salem and nephew Waleed were killed by a US drone in 2012.

  • Nabila and the Rehman family

    November 19, 2014

    Mamana Bibi, a sixty-seven year old grandmother of nine, was picking vegetables near her home in Pakistan when a drone missile killed her on 24 October 2012. Mamana’s grandchildren watched as their grandmother’s body was torn to pieces. The drone then fired a second missile as the children, including nine year old Nabila and thirteen year old Zubair, raced to help their grandmother.

  • Muhammed al-Qawli

    November 18, 2014

    Muhammad al-Qawli's brother Ali and cousin Salim Jamil were killed in January 2013 by a US drone strike in Yemen. Muhammad has since reached out to other devastated families and launched the National Organisation of Drone Victims.

  • Kareem Khan

    November 18, 2014

    Kareem is a Pakistani journalist and anti-drones activist. His teenage son and brother were killed in a CIA drone strike on 31 December 2009.

  • Noor Khan

    November 18, 2014

    Noor Khan was a postgraduate student studying towards his MA in Political Science when his life was altered forever by a drone strike on 17th March 2011. On that day, Noor's father, Malik Daud Khan, an esteemed tribal leader, was presiding over a jirga, a traditional meeting used to resolve disputes in the tribal areas of Pakistan. Over 40 elders were attending the jirga that day when a drone hovering overhead launched four missiles, killing Malik Daud Khan and 40 others.