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The US did not fully assess civilian risks when pushing arms sales to Saudi Arabia, watchdog report says
The U.S. Department of State did not fully evaluate the risk of civilian casualties when it pushed through a massive sale of precision-guided munitions to Saudi Arabia last year, a government watchdog's report said on Tuesday
CIA-backed Afghan security units are carrying out illegal killings, Human Rights Watch says
The CIA-backed paramilitary forces are notorious in Afghanistan, often drawing complaints from villagers and district authorities for their brutal raids
Afghanistan suffered more civilian casualties in July than any other month in the last decade, UN says
The United Nations said that an "unprecedented" number of civilians were killed or wounded in Afghanistan from July to September, calling the violence "totally unacceptable"
Afghan officials tout killing of major Al Qaeda boss in US-backed raid which also left 40 civilians dead
Asim Umar, the chief of Al-Qaeda on the Indian Subcontinent, was killed in a joint U.S.-Afghan raid last month that also killed 40 civilians
Afghan security forces and civilians suffer their deadliest week of 2019
Information regarding the state of Afghan security forces has been mostly restricted.
Rep. Duncan Hunter says his unit probably killed ‘hundreds’ of civilians in Iraq, including women and children
The US will no longer disclose civilian deaths in drone strikes outside of war zones
President Barack Obama put the policy into place in 2016 as part of an effort to be more transparent about drone strikes after he had dramatically increased their use against Islamist militants
Here’s How Many People Have Died In The Wars In Afghanistan And Iraq
Of the 76 countries in which the U.S. is currently fighting terrorism, at least three have been incredibly deadly: Iraq, Afghanistan,...
UN Says Civilian Deaths In Afghanistan Have Reached ‘Extreme Levels’
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Radio Free Europe/Radio Free Liberty. The United Nations says that civilian deaths in...
Book Excerpt: What Can An Academic Tell American Soldiers In The Field?
It was near the end of the evening commander’s update briefing on 6 June 2010, and her audience included dozens...
DoD Investigating Leaked Afghan Combat Footage Allegedly Showing US Troops Firing On Civilian Truck
U.S. Central Command is launching an investigation to see whether its troops violated the rules of engagement after video footage...
F-22 Raptor Makes Afghanistan Debut As War Escalates Into 24/7 Bomb Fest
The number of American bombs dropped in Afghanistan this year is projected to be triple the total dropped in 2016,...
What Mattis’ New Rules Of Engagement Mean For The War In Afghanistan
When people struggle to make sense of why the United States still isn’t winning the war in Afghanistan after 16...
Army General: US Wasn’t ‘Necessarily Concerned’ About Killing Civilians During 2007 Iraq Surge
The US military wasn't “necessarily concerned” about limiting civilian deaths during the 2007 troop surge in Iraq, according to the Army's top general...