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.

Understanding the human cost: BBC Verify offers up insights into civilian harm in Gaza

his article examines the severe human toll of the Gaza conflict as reported by BBC Verify, highlighting the staggering civilian casualties, particularly among women and children, and the complexities of casualty reporting in war zones.

Tribunal challenges UK Ministry of Defence’s transparency on civilian casualties in military campaigns

The Ministry of Defence faces legal scrutiny for insufficient oversight and transparency in monitoring civilian casualties in its military operations against Islamic State.

UK government faces legal challenge over MOD refusal to detail civilian harm

The upcoming tribunal challenging the UK Ministry of Defence’s refusal to disclose details on civilian casualties in Iraq and Syria marks a crucial moment for military transparency, with Airwars advocating for openness akin to that of the US and Dutch governments.

British Government’s record on civilian casualties in Syria and Iraq questioned

An investigation by the Guardian and Airwars reveals discrepancies in the UK government’s account of civilian casualties in airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, raising questions about transparency and accountability in military operations.

Uncovering the hidden civilian casualties of the UK’s air war in Mosul – a review of the Guardian/AirWars investigation

The Guardian and Airwars’ investigation uncovers hidden civilian casualties in the UK’s air war in Mosul, challenging the claim of a flawless campaign and highlighting the need for transparency and accountability in military operations.

10 more civilians believed killed in RAF airstrikes over Iraq and Syria

AOAV’s analysis found that RAF airstrikes in Iraq and Syria between 2016 and 2018 resulted in at least 29 civilian deaths, raising questions over the RAF’s civilian casualty recording and accountability.