Only 30 of the 104 people reported killed in drone strikes in Pakistan this year have been identified, the Bureau’s Naming the Dead project has found, reflecting the paucity of information coming out of Pakistan’s tribal areas.

The proportion of victims identified is much lower than in 2013, when a minimum 108 people were reported killed. Names have been found for nearly all these dead. Some of these names took a while to emerge, so perhaps it is too soon to say for sure whether or not the process of identifying people is becoming harder. [Read more] – Michael’s Blog