In 2015 the Dutch human rights law firm Prakken d’Oliveira took legal action against the Dutch government on behalf of two Somali nomads who became victims of a drone attack when they were hit by a US missile in January 2014. The victims claim that the Dutch government is also responsible given its intelligences services allegedly shared essential metadata that informed...

Ireland made the following intervention at the 27th Session of the Human Rights Council during a panel discussion on the use of armed drones: “While armed drones as such are not illegal, there is a need to address and investigate possible disproportionate civilian causalities caused by their use. […] Though drone technology continues to advance, and the use of drones...