Denmark admits involvement in 2011 Libyan airstrikes that killed 14 civilians

In a notable revelation, Denmark admits its air force’s involvement in the 2011 NATO-led airstrikes in Libya, which resulted in the death of 14 civilians, marking the first such admission among the coalition nations.

Suffer the children: the child casualties of Operation Swords of Iron

AOAV finds that Operation Swords of Iron has caused the highest number of child casualties from air strikes out of all four operations, though the rate of harm to children per air strike is lower than Operation Wall Guardian

X (Twitter) analyst Eli Kowaz’s grossly incorrect interpretation of AOAV data trends, claiming IDF has low Gaza casualty rate. Kowaz later deletes post but others continue to spread the misinformation

AOAV addresses misinformation on social media about their report on civilian casualties in Gaza, clarifying their methodology and findings compared to other conflicts.

The use of heavy explosive weapons in Israel and Palestine must stop

INEW urges stopping the use of heavy explosives in populated regions due to rising civilian casualties and infrastructure damage in areas like Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Expanding UK military partnerships: accountability and civilian harm comes under the spotlight

The Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights report highlights that the UK’s growing military partnerships risk increased civilian harm and decreased accountability, urging the need for stronger civilian harm mitigation policies.

The changing landscape of air surveillance, digital warfare, and the RAF’s airstrikes: a commentary

Concerns about RAF airstrikes causing civilian casualties highlights the need for transparency, accountability, and critical engagement with surveillance technologies and global power dynamics.