Iraqi forces supported by the international Coalition have driven so-called Islamic State from the nation’s cities and towns. The cost in lives has been significant.
The former ISIS ‘capital’ has been captured from the terror group after months of hard fighting. But the cost to civilians – and for the city itself – has been high.
In its third year as part of the Coalition bombing campaign, Australia is finally releasing regular logs of its airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.
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.
The US contends that it didn’t strike a mosque in Syria – but new analysis and 3D modeling appear to prove them wrong.
Record numbers of civilian fatalities were reported in November 2016 from both Coalition and Russian airstrikes
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