US airstrikes killed at least 22,000 civilians since 9/11, analysis finds
US drone and airstrikes have killed at least 22,000 civilians - and perhaps as many as 48,000 - since the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001, according to new analysis published by the civilian harm monitoring group Airwars.
Rules of engagement and the myth of humane war | Letters
Samuel Moyn is right to emphasise how humanising war has distracted attention from questioning whether there should be a war in the first place ( How the US created a world of endless war, 31 August).
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pike Lee is no stranger to controversy, but pre-emption is new for him.
Raab says Pentagon leaks blaming UK for Kabul bomb attack 'just not true'
UK officials did not push to their US counterparts to keep a key gate open at Kabul airport before the deadly bomb attack in the area, foreign secretary Dominic Raab has said.
Split UN Security Council urges Taliban to allow travel, aid
A divided U.N. Security Council pressed the Taliban on Monday to live up to pledges to let people leave Afghanistan after the U.S. withdrew its forces, but China and Russia refused to back the resolution, which they portrayed as diverting blame for chaos surrounding the U.S. pullout.
U.S. Strikes Explosive-Laden Vehicle in Kabul
The drone strike came after a warning from President Biden that another terrorist attack at the Afghan capital's airport was "highly likely."
The U.S. carries out a drone strike against an explosive-laden vehicle in Kabul.
A U.S. military drone strike blew up a vehicle laden with explosives in Kabul on Sunday, a Defense Department official said, hours after President Biden had warned that a terrorist attack against the Afghan capital's airport was "highly likely."
The U.S. retaliates over the airport bombing, days before the withdrawal deadline.
Two "high-profile" Islamic State militants were killed in a retaliatory airstrike carried out in a mountainous region of Afghanistan following the suicide bombing attack at Kabul's airport that killed scores of people on Thursday, U.S. military officials said.
The U.S. launches a reprisal strike and warns Americans to leave the Kabul airport immediately.
The U.S. military announced its first reprisal strike in Afghanistan since an attack on the Kabul airport killed as many as 170 people, in addition to 13 U.S. service members, as the U.S. officials again warned Americans to leave the airport because of security threats.
'Bad options all around': Biden's vow to avenge Kabul attack could take years
American spies and special forces will be able to hunt down those behind Thursday's suicide bombing in Kabul, although the effort may take years, experts and former CIA officials believe.