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.
In 2015, the UN Commission said it wouldn’t investigate foreign airstrikes in Syria. Now it is citing Security Council members for unlawful strikes.
Thirty months into its Syria campaign, Russia is reportedly killing more civilians than ever
Several dozen civilians have already been killed in fierce fighting at Afrin – with fears of a heavier toll ahead.
Airwars researcher Shihab Halep was bombed out of his Aleppo home by the regime. He shares his harrowing story of what it is like to flee under bombardment.
A new analysis of Coalition reports shows that strike locations may be as many as 90 kilometers or more from where they are listed — a serious concern for investigators.
Both Aleppo and Raqqa have seen heavy assaults backed by international airpower in recent months. So why is media coverage so different for these two bombed cities?
At least 120 Russian casualty events have already been alleged for April – a steep rise with grim implications for Syria’s civilians