International airstrikes and civilian casualty claims in Iraq and Syria: May 2017

Hundreds of civilians are now being killed monthly in Coalition airstrikes in both Iraq and Syria, credible reports indicate

Airwars joins call for Iraqi forces and Coalition to end use of indiscriminate weapons at Mosul

Urgent demand by NGOs for an end to the use of wide area effect and indiscriminate weapons inside Mosul

EXCLUSIVE: US officials confirm their Coalition allies have killed 80 civilians – but none will accept responsibility

Claims by America’s Coalition allies to have caused no civilian harm are shown to be false – yet none will accept liability

International airstrikes and civilian casualty claims in Iraq and Syria: April 2017

Civilians are at increased risk of harm from US airstrikes under President Trump, months of data indicate

1,000 days of war: the civilians missing in action

Among the dead in Iraq and Syria are more than 1,4000 named civilian victims of likely Coalition airstrikes. Airwars looks at the stories of some of those individuals

1,000 days of war: A tale of two bombed cities

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?

1,000 days of war: what the experts say

The Coalition tells Airwars its goal is ‘zero civilian casualties’ in Iraq and Syria. But monitors, analysts and NGOs paint a different picture.