As a result of imprecise data analysis by drone operators, thousands of innocent civilians in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Gaza, Ukraine and Russia have been slaughtered, writes Ann Wright.
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US Military Stonewalling on Hazardous Hawaii Fuel Facility
Ann Wright responds to a “caution” buried in a voluminous national security law about what might prevent the closure of the U.S. military’s spill-prone Red Hill jet-fuel tanks.
Chris Hedges: Building a Left-Right Coalition Against War
To those who suffer directly from U.S. and NATO aggression, the demands of the Feb. 19 Rage Against the War Machine rally in Washington are not theoretical issues. For them, it is a matter of life or death. They welcome…
A Push for Peace in Ukraine
After last week’s protests, Marcy Winograd is amplifying Mexican President Obrador’s call for dialog among Biden, Putin and Zelensky to end the proxy war.
Hidden Video Shows US Navy Jet Fuel Spewing in Hawaii
The U.S. Navy is now investigating the source of the media leak, which shows an estimated 20,000 gallons of fuel entering the Red Hill tunnel in Hawaii.
Amid War in Ukraine: Intl Peace Coalition’s ‘NO to NATO’
Ann Wright reports on anti-NATO protests and declarations on the sidelines of the military alliance’s recent summit in Madrid.
Largest US & NATO Naval Drills in Pacific
Ann Wright runs through several reasons to cancel this year’s Rim of the Pacific military war games.
US Navy Ordered to Suspend Jet Fuel Tanks at Pearl Harbor
Ann Wright says it took an uproar by U.S. military families to spur action on behalf of the water supply of Honolulu.
US Navy Jet Fuel Tanks Contaminating Pearl Harbor
At the 80th anniversary of the attack, the Navy command was slow to alert the community while the state quickly issued a notice not to drink the water, Ann Wright reports.
Lessons for the Evacuation of Afghanistan
The U.S. retaliatory drone strike in Kabul against ISIS-K reminds Ann Wright of her personal experience in helping to relocate large numbers of people in short order from Freetown, Sierra Leone, 25 years ago.