HRW: US-led coalition air strikes killed dozens of civilians

An investigation by Human Rights Watch has found that US-led coalition strikes on two ISIL-held towns in Syria in March killed 84 civilians, including dozens of children.

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    An investigation by Human Rights Watch has found that US-led coalition strikes on two ISIL-held towns in Syria in March killed 84 civilians, including dozens of children.

    The aid group also found that no precautions were taken to minimise the number of civilian deaths.

    Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Beirut.


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