1256 Civilian Casualties been killed by the US-Led International Coalition since 2014

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 6 May, 2017
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ElDorar AlShamia:

The Syrian Human Rights Network (SHRN) reported a document on the number of civilian casualties in Syria passed away since the US-led coalition launched its military operations in 2014 so far, equivalent to 1,000 days.

According to the network, the number of civilian casualties reached about 1256 people, including 383 children, 221 women, noting that the number of victims was the largest in 2016, compared to those who fell in 2014 and 2015, where the last year was more random and chaotic as  the network reported.

The number of victims, between the beginning of January 2016, to the beginning of May, reached about 998, including 304 children and 178 women, an average of 80% of the total number of victims killed since the beginning of the intervention.

SNHR noted that at the end of the year, the coalition forces, together with the PYD militias, were lined up, especially in the battles of Raqqa and Tabaqa, in which more than 297 people, including 99 children and 51 women were killed.

It is noteworthy that the International Coalition has admitted to committing 74 incidents in Syria, as confirmed by the US Central Command in early April, it killed 299 people in both Syria and Iraq..