Coalition-attributed civilian casualties in Syria were up during May, while those blamed on Russia were sharply down.
Despite cross party calls for greater disclosure, the Defence Minister confirmed that no further details of four events will be released.
While credible reports of large numbers of civilians killed at al Mansoura emerged within hours, it has taken the Coalition 16 months to concede any harm.
Investigators traveled to Raqqa and spoke with more than 100 witnesses and victims, with their report highlighting the deaths of dozens of members of just four families.
The Raqqa Reconstruction Committee is still recovering the dead from this shattered city – all the time at risk from unexploded ISIS munitions.
Civilian fatalities from international military actions in both Iraq and Syria were at record low levels during April.
After nearly four years of strikes the UK has finally admitted to a single civilian casualty
More than 1,200 civilians were alleged killed by Russian actions in Syria during March – setting a grim new record