The Bureau and Bellingcat spent two months uncovering mounds of evidence from a list of 21 strikes believed to have killed civilians
There is a deeply worrying lack of transparency around civilian casualties in Afghanistan almost 20 years after US operations began
US military has admitted a strike in October killed a child. To our knowledge, the US has only admitted six civilian deaths so far this year, despite allegations of many more
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