Syria: Flaws in the US-led Coalition’s reporting on civilian casualties in Raqqa: Civilian casualties dismissed as non-credible
Since the publication of “War of annihilation”: Devastating Toll on Civilians, Raqqa – Syria on 5 June, senior figures in the Coalition and its member governments have dismissed the report’s findings that there was prima facie evidence that several Coalition attacks which killed and injured civilians violated international humanitarian law. The Public Statement includes Amnesty’s reactions to a number of responses we have had from US-led Coalition officials and partners, including the Syrian Defence Forces, since we published our 5 June report on civilian casualties in Raqqa.
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