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Syria war toll passes quarter million | World War 4 Report

13.8.15

Syria war toll passes quarter million | World War 4 Report: SOHR reported last November that US-led air-strikes in Syria had killed over 900 people since they began in September, including 52 civilians. A new video on AJ now says (citing the AirWars website) that US-led air-strikes in both Syria and Iraq have killed 15,000 ISIS fighters and 1,247 civilians. The video closes by asking rhetorically: "Is there no end in sight?" Yet it has nothing to say about the Assad regime's air-strikes. With barrel-bombs still falling on Aleppo and Idlib, this is rather the proverbial elephant in the room. Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch just had an op-ed in the New York Times calling the regime's barrel-bombs "the greatest threat to Syrian civilians"—ahead of ISIS. He finds:


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