Tens of thousands of US bombs and missiles helped drive Islamic State from Raqqa. But now the dead are being forgotten.
In 2015, the UN Commission said it wouldn’t investigate foreign airstrikes in Syria. Now it is citing Security Council members for unlawful strikes.
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.
Our investigation for the Daily Beast examines why likely civilian deaths in the war against ISIS have doubled under Donald Trump
Claims by America’s Coalition allies to have caused no civilian harm are shown to be false – yet none will accept liability
Civilians are at increased risk of harm from US airstrikes under President Trump, months of data indicate
More civilians were likely killed by the Coalition in March than any other month of the war against ISIL – with a record number of bombs and missiles also released