'Airwars' tracks civilian casualties in Syria and Iraq

Abdulwahab Tahhan explains how a non-profit group in London called 'Airwars' tries to track the civilian casualties caused by air strikes in Syria and Iraq.

    Abdulwahab Tahhan explains how a non-profit group in London called Airwars tries to track the civilian casualties caused by air strikes in Syria and Iraq.

    They attempt to collect the names, so the dead can be remembered as more than just an anonymous number.


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