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‘Bodies were shredded’: Anti-ISIS airstrikes killed hundreds of civilians, report claims

RT.com - Over 400 civilians have been killed in in the first year of US-led anti-ISIS airstrikes, including 58 non-combatants who were being held in an Islamic State prison for offenses such as buying cigarettes, a major study claims. 

The study was carried out by the Air Wars transparency group and written by former BBC Panorama and Newsnight journalist Chris Woods.  Read more.

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