Veterans Minister withholds suspects’ names in SAS war crimes inquiry

Johnny Mercer, Veterans Minister, refuses to disclose suspects’ names during a public inquiry into alleged extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan, despite acknowledging the severity of the claims

Ministry of Defence refuses to detail Prince Harry’s 25 ‘combat kills’; claims it would cost too much

The British Ministry of Defence has refused a Freedom of Information request by AOAV to disclose details about Prince Harry’s reported killing of 25 Taliban fighters during his military service in Afghanistan.

University of Cambridge’s Wilberforce Society report on allegations of extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces

This report allegations into extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces in Afghanistan analyses both domestic and international factors and provides key recommendations.

British military deliberates: is releasing details of alleged war crimes to AOAV in public interest?

The UK Ministry of Defence delays releasing details on alleged war crimes by the UK military, citing a need to balance public interest and investigations, amidst AOAV’s call for transparency and accountability.

Accountability and accusations of serious misconduct: who will address the allegations against General Gwyn Jenkins?

The delay in the MOD to address swiftly allegations against General Jenkins raises questions about accountability and the implications of delayed justice.

An overview of RMP Serious Investigations by British troops 2004 – 2014

The RMP gave overview evidence to the Inquiry into Afghanistan detailing serious offences investigated between 2004 and 2014.

AOAV calls on Defence Serious Crime Command to investigate General Gwyn Jenkins over allegations of cover-up in SAS extrajudicial killings

AOAV has formally requested the Defence Serious Crime Command to investigate General Gwyn Jenkins for allegedly covering up extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan, as reported by BBC Panorama.

Senior UK General faces allegations of concealing evidence on extrajudicial killings by SAS in Afghanistan

A top British general is reported by BBC to have withheld evidence of alleged extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan

A Decade of Mass Civilian Casualty Events from Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)

AOAV’s report documents the profound impact of the 100 deadliest IED attacks over the past decade, indicating a pressing need for global policy change to address the ongoing threat.

Une Décennie de Grandes Pertes Civiles Due à des Engins Explosifs Improvisés (EEI)

AOAV a mené une étude complète examinant les 100 événements les plus meurtriers pour les civils causés par des EEI dans le monde entier entre 2013 et 2022.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 13 to 19 October 2023

From 13 to 19 October 2023, AOAV has recorded 217 incidents of explosive violence around the world, and 1,619 civilian casualties.

Financing Terror: the Islamic State in the Khorasan region

The Islamic State in the Kheranon Region (ISKP) continues to challenge the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan, conducting domestic terrorism and drawing international concern over its potential for broader attacks, supported by complex, evolving financial networks.