Fault Lines investigates the lack of accountability when U.S. Border Patrol agents kill Mexicans in their own country
The United States has spent tens of billions of dollars arming and training the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). With the end of NATO combat operations in Afghanistan, the security of the country and its people has been left primarily in the hands of the ANSF.
But in August 2014, 15 civilians were killed during a joint U.S.-Afghan special forces operation in the Charkh District, south of Kabul.
In this exclusive report, Fault Lines conducted a year-long investigation to piece together what happened that day—gathering eyewitness testimony detailing abuses by Afghan forces and raising questions about who ultimately is to blame.
A man from Charkh District describes what happened the day a joint US-Afghan operation commandeered his family’s house
Spike coincides with stepped up Taliban attacks and the end of US-led coalition's combat mission
The US-led coalition in Afghanistan should leave a legacy of transparency and accountability for civilian casualties
U.S. Army soldier Robert Bales sentenced to life in prison without parole for murdering 16 Afghan villagers
A 'Fault Lines' investigation in Congo turns up fraud, smuggling in trade of minerals used in popular electronics
Lawmakers and US presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders suggest some of island’s debt could be unconstitutional
We live in a world run through with Fault Lines. Al Jazeera's Fault Lines takes you beyond the headlines and holds the powerful to account, as we examine the US' role in the world.