In its third year as part of the Coalition bombing campaign, Australia is finally releasing regular logs of its airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.
Airwars stresses the need for common rules and procedures when it comes to the monitoring of – and public accounting for – reported civilian casualties
A recent Obama executive order on civilian casualties has had some effect. But will it survive into a Trump administration?
Research by Kinda Haddad A major Coalition-backed campaign to liberate the ISIL-occupied northern Syrian town of Manbij and surrounding villages Read More
In a doubling of previous estimates of civilians killed in its air war against so-called Islamic State, the US has Read More
Royal Air Force combat aircraft were not involved in eight alleged civilian casualty incidents in Iraq in December 2015, according Read More
The Pentagon has confirmed five additional casualty events from US airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, which officials say between them Read More
The United States has conceded five fresh civilian casualty incidents in Iraq and Syria which between them killed eight or Read More