UN investigates deaths of civilians during air strikes committed by unmanned vehicles. The Commission will examine the 25 air attacks committed in Pakistan, Yemen, Palestine, Afghanistan and Somalia. Most of the drone attacks have caused the U.S., responsible for the rest of the United Kingdom and Israel.
The investigation led by the UN special rapporteur on human rights in counter-terrorism operations, Ben Emmerson. He said that the new technology of war is not going away, so you need to enter it into the framework of international laws. Emmerson has promised to examine the evidence the death of innocent people in drone airstrikes.
Some western media have announced that the UN is investigating "program, Obama's point-killing." U.S. government and its allies regularly criticized for having let themselves secretly declare certain persons enemy with airstrikes, even outside theaters. To investigate the practice turned Russia, China and Pakistan, said Voice of America.