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areppim chart and statistics of the US drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia. By September 2013, the United States achieved a minimum of 430 and possibly 604 or more targeted assassination drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia, killing a minimum of 2,839 individuals, possibly 7,841 or more, including from 439 to 1,616 civilians, of which more than 400 children, and inflicting injuries to a minimum of 1,214, possibly 3,119 or more persons.
The cumulative lines describing the evolution of the United States drone strikes in Pakistan since 2004, based on the minimum estimates by the data source, provide evidence that the CIA-led program is a self-perpetuating and undiscriminated killing endeavor. Launched with the excuse of being the ideal means to disrupt the chain of command of al-Qaeda and the Taliban hidden in the Pakistan sanctuary, the drone attacks, instead of losing momentum as it should be expected, keep growing in frequency and in scope.
The United States have increased the number of drone strikes in Yemen at the annual rate of 63%, increasing the number of confirmed killings at the annual rate of 51%
areppim chart and statistics of US drone strikes in Somalia. By September 2013, the US completed at least 23 strikes in Somalia, of which 9 drone strikes, killing up to 170 persons, of which 57 civilians, including 3 children, and causing at least 44 injured. US drone and other air strikes further disrupt the situation in Somalia, generating more hatred and ferocious determination to strike back.
In 2012, NATO/ISAF casualties in Afghanistan reached 369 January to October, and 3,216 since the beginning of the war 11 years ago. The figures do not include deaths of "contractors" — an euphemism for mercenary personnel — including armed contractors employed in security missions, that are kept unreported. The fatality trend had its inflection point in 2010, fell by 20% year-on-year in 2011, and seems to continue its downward slide. Whatever it may mean in strategy terms, it is certainly good news from a humanitarian viewpoint. The heavier fatality burden is carried by the US that suffered 76% of the losses in 2012, a higher percent than the 67% for the entire duration of the war.
Chart and statistics of Afghanistan war military fatalities among the NATO/ISAF coalition forces at the end of 2010 showing an increase of 36 percent over 2009
June 2010 statistics of western coalition deaths in the Afghanistan war show a dramatic increase after the US surge strategy supposed to pacify the country
Charts, graphs and statistics of Afghanistan war deaths among the western coalition forces
areppim chart and statistics of Afghanistan war NATO/ISAF deaths by nation. The total number of coalition military fatalities since the beginning of the Afghan war reached 3,216 by October 2012, The USA lost 2144 or 67% of the total, followed by UK with 437 losses or 14%, Canada 158 losses or 5%, France 86, Germany 53, Italy 47, Denmark 42, , Australia 39 Poland 35, Spain 34.
areppim chart and statistics of NATO/ISAF deaths in the Afghanistan war by time of year. Spring and Summer months have traditionally been the most lethal to the western troops in Afghanistan, registering the highest change rates from 2001 to 2012 : 24% and 41%. Fall comes close with a 23% rate, and Winter has been comparatively benign with a 10% rate. Overall, losses have climbed at an annual average rate of 37%.
areppim chart and statistics of total US wounded in the Afghanistan war. 2,672 US military were injured in 2012, January to October, bringing the total of wounded up to 17,904 since the beginning of the war. Year 2012 brought a significant improvement compared to previous periods. The number of US wounded increased year-on-year since the beginning of the war in 2001, to reach a peak of 5,247 in 2010. Then the trend changed direction, and registered a slight decline of less than 1% in 2011. The downward path has been significant in 2012, with a fall of almost 50% of the number of injured.
areppim chart and statistics of Afghan civilian and security forces deaths and wounded. Civilian casualties dropped 15% in 2012 through the end of June compared with the same period of 2011. NATO/ISAF are responsible for about 10% of the casualties. IEDs (Improvised explosive devices) caused 33% of civilian deaths and injuries in 2012. Targeted killings of pro-government officials by the insurgents increased 53% compared with the first six months of 2011.
Chart and statistics of Afghanistan war death rates of US military per 100,000 of personnel strength compared with other operations from 1980 to 2009
Chart and statistics of US death/wounded in war as well as amputation ratios in the Afghanistan war compared with other major operations
Chart and statistics of the Afghanistan war cost and other "global war on terror" operations for the US 2001-2009
Chart and statistics of the Contractors US in Afghanistan war, their number and cost
On 24 January 2013, the United States achieved a minimum of 3,061 and possibly 7,372 state sponsored assassinations, including from 558 to 1,126 civilians, of which more than 200 children, and from 1,267 to 2,698 injured. Despite the efforts of the White House to find legal arguments to pursue these lethal campaigns, independent observers claim that they are in violation of international humanitarian law and human rights law.
On 8 February 2013, the US completed 364 drone strikes in Pakistan, killing between 2,640 to 3,474 persons, of which 473 to 893 civilians, including 176 children, and causing 1,270 to 1,433 injured. Out of the 364 strikes, 312 or 86% were ordered by president Obama, the Nobel prize winner for Peace. The lines of total killed, including civilians, total injured and total drone strikes, based on the minimum values for the respective data points, show a worrisome self-perpetuating trend of the CIA-led drone war in Pakistan.
On 24 January 2013, US drone strikes in Yemen have killed between 374 and 1,112 people, of which 16% are civilians, among whom 20% are children. Since 2002, the US have increased the number of drone strikes in Yemen at the annual rate of 63%, and the number of confirmed killings at the annual rate of 51%.
On 12 January 2013, the US completed at least 23 strikes in Somalia, of which 9 drone strikes, killing up to 170 persons, of which 57 civilians, including 3 children, and causing at least 44 injured. With 6 drone strikes in 2011, the total of killings, including a swelling number of civilians, grew by almost 60%, showing that killer drones are extremely lethal, more so when they fly in the overcast skies of illegality.