Civilian casualties from airstrikes grow in Iraq and Syria. But few are ever investigated – Los Angeles Times




Arecent airstrike by the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq is believed to have caused more than 270 civilian deaths, a tragedy that provoked an international outpouring of grief and outrage.

But the uproar over the March 17 deaths in the Jadidah neighborhood of Mosul masks a grim reality: Hundreds, and perhaps thousands, of other civilians have died in hundreds of airstrikes in Iraq and Syria during the war against Islamic State, and it appears likely that the vast majority of those deaths were never investigated by the U.S. military or its coalition partners.

FOLLOW THE LINK FOR THE FULL REPORT – JR 

http://www.latimes.com/projects/la-fg-iraq-airstrikes/

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