In the Ukrainian conflict, AOAV has recorded up to the 1 Dec, 21, 291 casualties from explosive weapon use across 4, 404 incidents; this includes some 17, 946 civilian casualties.
The “Operation Swords of Iron” in Gaza, October 2023, has seen a significant surge in civilian deaths from airstrikes, with fatalities per strike exceeding past operations and raising questions about adherence to international humanitarian law.
At least 35 individuals lost their lives and more than 60 were injured as an explosive attack devastated a crowded market in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum.
Iain Overton looks at the impact of the Russian invasion on Ukraine’s journalists, recording their experiences of a war that has impacted all of their lives.
The ongoing war in Ukraine is gravely impeded by the prolific use of landmines by Russian forces, causing devastating casualties, and hindering the Ukrainian army’s progress in their counteroffensive, as highlighted in a recent report from The New York Times.
British Citizens subjected to cruel conditions and abandonment in dire circumstances
The ongoing conflict in Sudan’s capital, Cartoon, stems from a power struggle between two generals, both lacking popular support, with roots tracing back to brutal government actions in Darfur two decades ago.
AOAV explores the need for and challenges of civilian casualty reporting in conflict, with a focus on the practices and progress of NATO member states.
Amidst escalating violence and power struggles between military factions, Sudan’s pursuit of democracy is hindered, leaving the nation’s future uncertain and its citizens caught in the crossfire.
The escalating conflict in Sudan, driven by a power struggle between military factions, threatens regional stability and requires urgent international efforts to broker peace and prevent a deepening humanitarian crisis.
New analysis by AOAV has found that, since 2012, when Russian armed forces used explosive weapons in towns and cities, 98% of the resulting casualties were civilians.
Research published this Thursday reveals exactly how pervasive the presence of Israeli jets and surveillance drones has been over the skies of Lebanon: over the last 15 years, new organisation AirPressure has recorded 22, 111 Israeli military aircraft violating Lebanese airspace.