by Tucker Reals, Alex Sundby
March 23, 2022

After Russia spent weeks building up a huge military force along its border with Ukraine and in neighboring Belarus, Russian leader Vladimir Putin launched what Ukrainian officials described as a "full-scale invasion" of the country on February 24, 2022.

by Paul Kirby - BBC News

Vladimir Putin unleashed the biggest war in Europe since World War Two with the justification that modern, Western-leaning Ukraine was a constant threat and Russia could not feel "safe, develop and exist".

by Pete Hoekstra
March 21, 2022

The Houthis are a dangerous and deadly terrorist group based in Yemen. Houthi leader Mohammed Ali al-Houthi went on an antisemitic tirade in support of Russia's invasion of Ukraine stating, "It is because its President is Jewish. Any country run by a Jew ends up going to war."T

by Geo History
October 10, 2020
4,123,621 views

Let's retrace on a map a summary of the main stages of WWII, from the end of WWI until the beginning of the Cold War.

by Geo History
June 24, 2020
8,294,407 views

Let's retrace on a map a summary of WWI, the so-called "Great War". This video summarises the period since the rise of nationalism in the middle of the 19th century until the signing of peace treaties after 1918.

by Tony Perkins
September 22, 2021

Meanwhile, thousands of miles away, the Biden administration has already moved on. They're fighting abortion laws and ordering vaccine mandates - not giving a single thought to the thousands of people they abandoned and left behind.

by Andrea Widburg
August 29, 2021

'Gun control' promoted at least seven other major 20th Century genocides, including those in Rwanda, Cambodia, and the ex-Soviet Union.

by Lawrence Kadish
August 18, 2021

The horror of President Joseph Biden's deliberate retreat from Afghanistan is so immense and its geopolitical impact so severe, we have to fully comprehend the extent of the disaster.

by Michael Snyder/End of the American dream
July 21, 2021

A clear and troubling consensus has emerged in the American national security community that the Taiwan Strait is the most likely place for a major war to erupt between the United States and China; that it might start soon, and that such a conflict might quickly escalate into a nuclear confrontation.

by reliefweb

Hundreds of civilians in Mozambique have been killed by ‘Al-Shabaab’, government security forces and a private military contractors

by Christina Goldbaum
March 27, 2021


The attack by hundreds of militants trapped nearly 200 people, including foreign workers, in a hotel in Palma, Mozambique, site of a major gas project.

by BBC News
September 11, 2018

Russia has launched its biggest military exercise since the Cold War, involving about 300,000 service personnel, in eastern Siberia. China is sending 3,200 troops to take part in "Vostok-2018", with many Chinese armoured vehicles and aircraft. Mongolia is also sending some units.

by Greg Corombos
July 24, 2018

In every century and in every place where there have been Muslims, there have been jihadis.

by Judith Bergman
Junie 11, 2018

An afternoon of racism is in store for Londoners on Sunday, but as long as the hate is directed against Jews by Muslims, British authorities apparently have no problem with it.

by History.com

Thanks to new military technologies and the horrors of trench warfare, World War I saw unprecedented levels of carnage and destruction. By the time the war was over and the Allied Powers claimed victory, more than 16 million people — soldiers and civilians alike — were dead.

by History.com

The instability created in Europe by the First World War set the stage for another international conflic – World War II – which broke out two decades later and would prove even more devastating. Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist (Nazi Party) rearmed the nation and signed strategic treaties to further his ambitions of world domination.

by Rebecca Ratcliffe
30 August 30, 2017

Human rights groups have urged the UN to establish an independent inquiry into abuses during the Yemen conflict, which has spiralled into the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

by BBC News
February 7, 2017

As many as 13,000 people, most of them civilian opposition supporters, have been executed in secret at a prison in Syria, Amnesty International says. A new report by the human rights group alleges that mass hangings took place every week at Saydnaya prison between September 2011 and December 2015.

by Ariella Mendlowitz
July 19, 2016

In this video ‘campers’ can be seen learning how to wield knives, successfully carry out stabbing attacks, correctly handle military-grade weapons, fist fight properly and even have the chance to receive a “sound religious and ideological education,” said one camp counselor in the short clip.

by American Red Cross
April, 2011

These Conventions provide specific rules to safeguard combatants, or members of the armed forces, who are wounded, sick or shipwrecked, prisoners of war, and civilians, as well as medical personnel, military chaplains and civilian support workers.

by CBC News
August 17, 2016

Amnesty International outlines the violent and overcrowded conditions detainees face in Syria.

by The History Place

In December of 1937, the Japanese Imperial Army marched into China's capital city of Nanking and proceeded to murder 300,000 out of 600,000 civilians and soldiers in the city. The six weeks of carnage would become known as the Rape of Nanking and represented the single worst atrocity during the World War II era in either the European or Pacific theaters of war.

by  Steven Pifer
November 18, 2015

On November 10, a Russian television broadcast of a meeting between President Vladimir Putin and some of his senior military officers revealed a “secret” plan for a long-range, nuclear-armed torpedo called Status-6. According to BBC, Status-6 would be able to “destroy important economic installations of the enemy in coastal areas and cause guaranteed devastating damage to the country's territory by creating wide areas of radioactive contamination, rendering them unusable for military, economic or other activity for a long time.”

by Judah Ari Gross
December 1, 2015

Israel’s air superiority over its enemies has been a linchpin of its defense strategy for decades. The capacity of Israeli planes to carry out attacks well within enemies’ borders has prevented Syria and Iraq from creating nuclear weapons. The Israel Air Force’s unquestioned supremacy over neighboring forces has kept Syrian, Egyptian and Jordanian planes almost entirely out of Israeli airspace in the country’s wars.

by The Guardian
November 14, 2015

Scores die in siege at Bataclan concert hall and at scenes of apparently coordinated series of gun and bomb attacks in French capital.

by Raoul Wootliff
November 9, 2015

Israel has long sought to block the sale to Iran of the S-300 system, which analysts say could impede a potential Israeli strike on Tehran’s nuclear facilities. Other officials have expressed concern that the systems could reach Syria and Hezbollah, diluting Israel’s regional air supremacy.

by Jessica Stern and JM Berger
March 10, 2015

Children as young as 10 have been filmed executing prisoners for Isis, which has approached their training and indoctrination with characteristic ruthlessness.  Isis actively recruits children to send them to training camps and then to use them in combat and suicide missions. It has used children as human shields, suicide bombers, snipers and blood donors.

by Ari Yashar
October 19, 2015

Hamas issues new orders for an escalation in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem, while Fatah says it can 'blow up buses in Tel Aviv.' The terror group has praised the current wave of attacks that have mostly consisted of stabbings, but the new orders on the ground could see a return of the explosive attacks that were common during the 2000 terror war known as the Second Intifada.

by WorldPress Trust of India
January 27, 2016

The dreaded ISIS terror group is exploiting the refugee crisis to smuggle its members into Europe to create sleeper cells, British intelligence agencies have warned.

by MercyCorps
September 2, 2015

Syria’s civil war is the worst humanitarian disaster of our time. The number of innocent civilians suffering — more than 11 million people are displaced, thus far — and the increasingly dire impact on neighboring countries can seem too overwhelming to understand. More than four years after it began, the full-blown civil war has killed over 220,000 people, half of whom are believed to be civilians. Bombings are destroying crowded cities and horrific human rights violations are widespread. Basic necessities like food and medical care are sparse.

by Kathleen Caulderwood
June 05 2015

According to his estimates, between 30 metric tons and 40 metric tons of cocaine come through West Africa every year en route to booming markets in Europe. While a great deal of the profits go to the South American drug cartels, the African traffickers, often from local tribal groups, are getting a big cut, too. Jihadist militias that have blossomed in the region’s chaos in recent years have managed to get a piece of the profits, thanks to their control of ancient trade routes through the Sahara.

by The Week
November, 2016

Exiled foreign minister says deal represents a 'desire to scuttle peace efforts

by Elizabeth Brown
February 27, 2014

SEATLLE, Washington — Child soldiers have been exploited throughout history and are currently involved in the conflict in Syria. There are many misinterpretations around how and why child become involved in conflict and how to help children recover from trauma. Here are ten facts that everyone should know about child soldiers.

by Paul Bedard
 June 26, 2015

The spiritual leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, is warning the U.S. to stay out of his country's business and, in particular, its nuclear program, which is set to resume this week. Speaking on a tour of southeast Iran, Khamenei said the US "deserved a punch in the mouth." From where does this brashness come? It comes from Iran's plans to launch an Electro-Magnetic Pulse Nuclear war against the USA and Europe, crippling the West in the War on terror.

by Walid Shoebat

Is this the justice the Western supporters of a Palestinian State wish for?  Please be aware that the following pictures are graphic and disturbing.

by BBC News
27 February 2015
   
The recent abduction of dozens of Assyrian Christians and the mass beheading of Egyptian Copts at the hands of the Islamic State (IS) militant group raises questions about its stance on Christians, both in the Middle East and worldwide.

by BBC News
May 5, 2015

Amnesty's report says that from January 2014 to March 2015, government aircraft launched continual attacks using barrel bombs - oil barrels, fuel tanks or gas cylinders packed with explosives, fuel, and metal fragments - on rebel-held areas of Aleppo. Their targets included at least 14 public markets, 12 transportation hubs, 23 mosques, 17 hospitals and medical centres, and three schools.

by Emma Farge and Alex Whiting
April 14, 2015

Boko Haram Islamic militants have kidnapped at least 2,000 girls and women since the start of last year, turning them into cooks, sex slaves and fighters, and sometimes killing those who refused to comply, Amnesty International said on Tuesday. The human rights group's 90-page report based on dozens of interviews with witnesses and escaped abductees comes a year after the group seized more than 200 schoolgirls from Chibok, a community deep inside an area of northeastern Nigeria the fighters claimed as their calipha.

by BBC News
12 March 2015   

More than 200,000 Syrians have lost their lives in four years of armed conflict, which began with anti-government protests before escalating into a full-scale civil war. More than 11 million others have been forced from their homes as forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad and those opposed to his rule battle each other - as well as jihadist militants from Islamic State. This is the story of the civil war so far, in eight short chapters.

by Drazen Jorgic
April 3, 2015

Somalia's al-Shabab Islamist group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it had released Muslims while killing some Christians and taking many others hostage inside. "We sorted people out and released the Muslims," Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab, al-Shabab's military operations spokesman, said.

by The New Middle East
August 17, 2014

ISIS' desire to unite all Muslims under a caliphate relates back to its Wahhabi roots that provide the foundation for its ideology, particularly the notion of the Unity of ‘God’ (al-tawhid).  Because only ISIS defends Islam against the West, it is incumbent on Muslims everywhere to obey its orders and support it on the battlefield in Iraq and Syria to attack its enemies in their own countries..

by Samuel Smith
March 25, 2015

Minors as young as age 6 are separated from their family and sent to jihadi training camps, where they are indoctrinated with ISIS' barbaric and extremist mindset through the teaching of sharia courses. Once the "cubs" are indoctrinated, they take part in extensive and dangerous, military, combat and martial arts training.

by Raymond Ibrahim
February 1, 2015

Please take note that the author has been reporting on the persecution of Christians by Muslims since July 2011.  The incidents below are just for ONE month - December 2014.  

Then I saw thrones, and seated on them were those to whom the authority to judge was committed. Also I saw the souls of those who had been beheaded for the testimony of Jesus and for the word of God, and those who had not worshiped the beast or its image and had not received its mark on their foreheads or their hands. They came to life and reigned with Christ for a thousand years - Revelation 20:4

by Graeme Wood
March 2015

The Islamic State is no mere collection of psychopaths. It is a religious group with carefully considered beliefs, among them that it is a key agent of the coming apocalypse. Here’s what that means for its strategy - and for how to stop it.

by Jacob Siegel
August 31, 2014

The most bloodthirsty terrorist group in memory is also a canny manipulator of social media. It seeks to frighten and inspire. The migration from Internet chat forums to social media platforms came late to jihadists, but they’ve adapted skillfully. A strategy developed over years has evolved into a sophisticated campaign and now, at the center of the world’s attention, ISIS is using its skill to communicate directly to an American audience.

by News24
February, 4, 2015

Geneva - Islamic State militants are selling abducted Iraqi children at markets as sex slaves, and killing other youth, including by crucifixion or burying them alive, a United Nations watchdog said on Wednesday. Children from the Yazidi sect or Christian communities, but also Shi'ites and Sunnis, have been victims, she said.

by Khaled Abu Toameh
February 4, 2015

While the Egyptian government has been waging war on the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamic radical groups, the U.S. Administration and some Europeans are continuing to hamper efforts to combat terrorism. Many Egyptians and moderate Arabs and Muslims were shocked to hear that the U.S. State Department recently hosted a Muslim Brotherhood delegation. They were equally shocked when an EU court decided to remove Hamas from the bloc's list of terror groups.

by Dan Stolebarger, Executive Director of Koinonia Institute 

If it were possible to craft a religion that was 100% opposite of Christianity there would be none more perfect than Islam? Western man is under the delusion that with time, effort, patience and reason, he can resolve differences and work together to find a middle ground that will lead to peace. That strategy has failed and will continue to fail because it is impossible to find a middle ground with a movement that is so diametrically opposed to the tenets and values of our Judeo-Christian values and beliefs.

by Joel C. Rosenberg
January 20, 2015

(Costa Mesa, California) — Are we heading towards another war between Israel and Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed terror movement in Lebanon? Tensions are rapidly rising. Israeli intelligence indicates that Iran and Hezbollah have been planning a series of major attacks against civilians along Israel’s northern border. Now, Israel appears to have taken pre-emptive action, killing an Iranian general and several of his top operatives in an airstrike. Iran and Hezbollah are vowing revenge.

by Richard Spillett
30 March 2014

Fears are growing that Britain's jails are becoming a hotbed of extremism after it was revealed today that nearly half the inmates of one top security prison are Muslim. Some 42 per cent of those housed at Category A Whitemoor jail - and more than a quarter of those in London prisons - consider themselves to be of Islamic faith. Experts now fear large numbers are being radicalised on the inside, where they say the spread of Jihadist ideas is rife.

by Avatar News Editor
January 17, 2015

Europe remained on high alert as soldiers were deployed alongside police in Belgium to protect Jewish buildings and the head of Europol warned that further terrorist attacks could not be ruled out in the wake of the murder of 17 people in Paris by Islamist gunmen last week. The move to guard potential targets in Antwerp’s Jewish quarter on Saturday was the first time in three decades that Belgian troops have been used to bolster police ranks. It follows the deployment of French soldiers following the attacks in Paris.

by Ray Sanchez, Laura Smith-Spark and Jethro Mullen, CNN
January 17, 2015

(CNN)European counterterrorism agencies scrambled Friday to assess the potential danger of a complex and growing terrorism threat exposed by the arrests of more than two dozen people with suspected links to Islamic extremists. As many as 20 sleeper cells of between 120 and 180 people could be ready to strike in France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, a Western intelligence source told CNN.

by Wikipedia

Terror attacks by Islamic fundamentalists to further a perceived Islamic religious or political cause have occurred globally. The attackers have used such tactics as suicide attacks, bombings, spree killings, hijackings, kidnappings and beheadings. The following is a list of Islamic terrorist attacks that have received significant press coverage since 1980.

by Monica Mark - The Guardian
10 January 2015

Hundreds of bodies – too many to count – remain strewn in the bush in Nigeria from an Islamic extremist attack that Amnesty International described as the “deadliest massacre” in the history of Boko Haram. 

by Peter Neumann - BBC News
11 December 2014

Less than four years ago, jihadist violence was widely believed to be in a state of terminal decline. Osama Bin Laden and his most senior lieutenants had been killed, and the peaceful uprisings of the Arab Spring seemed to be ushering in a new era of freedom and democracy in which al-Qaeda and its jihadist terrorism looked outdated. Far from nearing defeat, jihadist groups everywhere have regrouped and taken advantage of new conflicts and instability.

by BBC News
11 December 2014

A BBC investigation has found that more than 5,000 people around the world died as the result of jihadist violence during the month of November. There were deaths in more than 14 countries ranging from Mali to the Philippines, caused by al-Qaeda or groups that subscribe to a similar ideology, such as the so-called Islamic State.

by Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)

The following list offers only an abbreviated glimpse of the hellish lives Afghan women are forced to lead under the Taliban, and can not begin to reflect the depth of female deprivations and sufferings. Taliban treat women worse than they treat animals. In fact, even as Taliban declare the keeping of caged birds and animals illegal, they imprison Afghan women within the four walls of their own houses. Women have no importance in Taliban eyes unless they are occupied producing children, satisfying male sexual needs or attending to the drudgery of daily housework.

by Newsmax
August 23, 2014

Between recruitment videos and social media, ISIS jihadists are working hard to recruit "soldiers" in the Western world, and their efforts appear to be succeeding, with recruits falling for the violent Islamist group's influence in the United States, as well as in Europe, Canada, and other countries around the world, experts warn.

by Joshua Rhett Miller
August 21, 2014

Islamic State's thirst for blood has the world on edge, but its equally insatiable yearning for oil could prove a "catastrophe" for the global economy if the terror organization isn't stopped, experts say. The jihadist group, formerly known as ISIS, now controls seven oil fields and two small refineries in northern Iraq, bringing in as much as $2 million per day by selling up to 40,000 barrels via middlemen in illicit deals.

by Rappler
Aug 22, 2014

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) poses a greater danger than a conventional "terrorist group" and is pursuing a vision that could radically alter the face of the Middle East, US defense leaders said Thursday, August 21.

by Dalit Halevy, Ari Yashar
August 16, 20148

Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah faction, often touted internationally as a "moderate" alternative to Hamas, has declared its intentions to further increase its terror attacks against Israeli citizens.

by Cristina Corbin
August 12, 2014

Shocking accounts of medieval brutality — including video of kneeling Iraqis being gunned down, a Twitter image of a young jihadist holding a severed head and threats by ISIS to take its savagery to the White House — have prompted desperate calls for the international community to stop the fanatical Islamic group.

by Nick Wing & Carina Kolodny
August 8, 2014

Over the past few months, the Islamic State, an al-Qaeda offshoot formerly known as ISIS, has mounted a brutal campaign in Syria and Iraq that has allowed it to expand its ranks and win large swaths of new territory. With the stated goal of establishing a Sunni caliphate, the insurgent group's fighting has taken a heavy toll on Iraq's Shiite Muslim majority, as well as a number of minority groups, including Kurds and Christians.

by Lawrence A. Franklin
July 25, 2014

The Hamas plan consisted of what was to be a surprise attack in which 200 fighters would be dispatched through each of dozens of tunnels dug by Hamas under the border from Gaza to Israel, and seize kibbutzim and other communities while killing and kidnapping Israeli civilians.

by Israel Today Staff
July 29, 2014

In a to-the-point interview with CNN, Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of one of the founders of Hamas, said that the terror organization is not only the reason for the current war, but is holding the people of Gaza, and in particular its children, hostage to a violent Islamic ideology.

by Cryptome
19 July 2014

Like peoples in simplest caves from the beginning and high-technological cities and nations today, Gaza constructs underground infrastructure to evade undercover all-INT full-spectrum attack exhibited in the first pristine safely-bunkered military industrial media photo.

by Ryan Jones
July 10, 2014

Hamas is not even trying to hide the fact that it uses the civilians of Gaza as a human shield as it launches attacks against Israel. In fact, the coastal enclave’s terrorist rulers are openly calling on local residents to do their duty and place themselves in the path of Israeli reprisals.

by Barbara Boland
August 7, 2014

"Christianity in Mosul is dead, and a Christian holocaust is in our midst," said Mark Arabo, a Californian businessman and Chaldean-American leader. In an interview with CNN's Jonathan Mann, he called what's happening in Iraq a "Christian genocide" and said "children are being beheaded, mothers are being raped and killed, and fathers are being hung."

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Here are 10 things to know about al-Shabab, the Somali Islamic extremist group that has claimed responsibility for the attack on Kenya's premier shopping mall that killed dozens of civilians.

by Ryan Cummings
12 Jun 2014

The time is ripe to consider growing evidence of an entrenched al-Shabaab presence within South Africa. And the evidence is plentiful. It is not only on foreign shores that al-Shabaab’s linkages to South Africa have been made explicit. But how credible is the al-Shabaab threat to South Africa and, more importantly, are we at risk of an imminent attack?

by enca
26 September 2013

Security experts have called on South Africa’s security apparatus to increase their vigilance against threats of external terrorism. This comes after it emerged that alleged terrorist Samantha Lewthwaithe was in possession of a South African passport with a fraudulent identity. However, it is not the first time South Africa is linked to incidents of terror, raising questions of the country’s counter-terrorism capabilities.

by Future for Ukraine

The terrorist organization, Al Shabaab, is currently affiliated with al-Qaeda, which is the rival of IS. The merger between Al-Shabaab and IS would mean more influence in Africa and presents new challenges and fears to international security policy.

by The National Counterterrorism Center

Established by Usama Bin Ladin in 1988 with Arabs who fought in Afghanistan against the Soviet Union, al-Qa‘ida’s declared goal is the establishment of a pan-Islamic caliphate throughout the Muslim world. Toward this end, al-Qa‘ida seeks to unite Muslims to fight the West, especially the United States, as a means of overthrowing Muslim regimes al-Qa‘ida deems “apostate,” expelling Western influence from Muslim countries, and defeating Israel.

by NOREF

Boko Haram is based on the fundamentalist Wahhabi theological system and opposes the Islam of the traditional northern Nigerian establishment, which is broadly tolerant.

by Jason M. Breslow
March 10, 2014

With Syria’s civil war about to enter into its fourth year, a troubling new report implicates the nation’s shattered health system in thousands of otherwise preventable child deaths. But it is not just the bullets and the shells that are killing and maiming children. They are also dying from the lack of basic medical care.

by Tova Dvorin
11th March 2014

Experts claim the group is reaching out to Muslim immigrants abroad in an attempt to make terror a worldwide phenomenon.

by Mail Online

Some of the most brutal and horrifying atrocities of the Nazis at war are laid bare in secretly recorded conversations of captured German soldiers published in Britain for the first time today. The prisoners, mostly ordinary soldiers, sailors and airmen as opposed to SS hardliners, are overheard bragging about shooting women and children for sport as well as raping and slaughtering innocent civilians.

by Jon Boone - The Guardian
22 October 2013

US officials responsible for the secret CIA drone campaign against suspected terrorists in Pakistan may have committed war crimes and should stand trial, a report by a leading human rights group warns.

by Katherine Zimmerman
September 10, 2013

The failure to define al Qaeda properly has confused American policy and strategy. The enemy was not just the man shot dead on May 2, 2011, in Abbottabad, Pakistan, nor is it the 1.5 billion Muslims for whom Osama bin Laden claimed to speak.

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By Ben Nichols and Joe Lopez
29 May 2003

One of the war crimes for which the Bush administration should be prosecuted is the US military’s extensive use of weapons tipped with depleted uranium (DU) during the war against Iraq.  The Pentagon has repeatedly dismissed warnings from a variety of scientific and other bodies about the potential dangers of such weaponry.

by Aljazeera 
15 March 2013

Two US-led wars in Iraq have left behind hundreds of tonnes of depleted uranium munitions and other toxic wastes.

By Irving Wesley Hall
April 17, 2006

Depleted uranium contamination causes virtually every known illness from acute skin rashes, severe headaches, muscle and joint pain, and general fatigue, to major birth defects, infection, depression, cardiovascular disease, brain tumors, and every other type of cancer. Uranium replaces calcium, destroying teeth and bones. Over time, the health of all foreign troops will be affected.

by Ron Ross

The threat of disaster grows steadily every year. Weapons are now developing to devastating proportions, and the ability to launch an attack becomes more feasible by the moment. This year, the question that should be asked is, “What would you do if 70% of the USA was shutdown in a single second?” Or ”What would be the consequence if Israel was wiped off the map in a single moment of time?” Both scenarios are now possible. Either result could be achieved by terrorist or rogue states using an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) technique.

by Carl Teichrib

In analysing this hypothesis of religion’s global war guilt, let’s examine the role of religion as the primary killing factor in the bloodiest century of all time – the last one hundred years.

by Steve Watson
May 11, 2012

A newly discovered Air Force intelligence brief states that should fleets of unmanned drones accidentally capture surveillance footage of Americans, the data can be stored and analyzed by the Pentagon for up to 90 days.

by Michael Boyle - The Guardian
11 June 2012

Executive privilege has seduced the president into a reckless 'kill first, ask questions later' policy that explodes the US constitution