Airwars monthly assessment: August 2018

Reported civilian harm in August from both Russian and Coalition actions were at their lowest levels for years, Airwars monitoring shows.

Report: Airwars urges UK to improve accountability for civilian harm in Battles of Mosul and Raqqa

Despite being the most transparent among anti-ISIS Coalition members, non-admission of urban civilian casualties by UK is deemed unrealistic in new parliamentary report.

Credibility Gap – UK civilian harm assessments for the battles of Mosul and Raqqa

As part of its Inquiry into British military actions at Mosul and Raqqa, the UK Parliament’s Defence Select Committee issued a request for submissions from interested parties. Along with several other NGOs, Airwars submitted a detailed report looking into UK actions in the war against so-called Islamic State, and the broader issue of civilian harm….Continue reading

Russia’s three years of war in Syria brings victory close for regime

Moscow’s intervention in Syria – its most successful military adventure in decades – looks poised to restore the Assad government. Thousands of civilians have died in the process.

Airwars monthly assessment: July 2018

Overall, more than 3,700 civilians have been alleged killed in international military actions in Syria so far this year.

Four years of war and ISIS is almost defeated – but at what cost?

The fourth anniversary of the international war against ISIS sees the terror group almost defeated – though many thousands of civilians have died in the heavy fighting.