More than 2,200 civilians appear to have died from USA -led coalition strikes in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) since President Trump took office, according to an Airwars investigation for The Daily Beast.
- Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed four ISIS oil refinement stills, three oil storage tanks and three oil barrels. The administration have dismissed concerns raised by Commission of Inquiry for Syria from the United Nations, which in June pointed to a "staggering loss of life" as a result of the USA -led air strikes.
Near Raqqa, 15 strikes engaged 13 ISIS tactical units and destroyed 18 fighting positions, two vehicle bomb factories and a mortar system. Strike assessments are based on initial reports and may be refined, officials said.
- Near Shadaddi, a strike engaged an ISIS tactical unit and destroyed an ISIS-held warehouse and a fighting position.
- Near Qayyarah, a strike suppressed an ISIS tactical unit.
Inherent Resolve Strikes Target ISIS in Syria, Iraq
Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two ISIS-held buildings and two tactical vehicles.
- Near Mosul, Iraq, a strike engaged a tactical unit and destroyed a fighting position. The strikes destroyed fighting positions, tunnel entrances, tactical vehicles, mortar systems and engaging four tactical units, the release added.
The list above contains all strikes conducted by fighter, attack, bomber, rotary-wing or remotely piloted aircraft; rocket-propelled artillery; and some ground-based tactical artillery when fired on planned targets, officials noted. The strikes in Iraq are conducted in support of the Iraqi government, but those in Syria are not authorized by the UN Security Council or the government of President Bashar Assad. A strike, as defined by the coalition, refers to one or more kinetic engagements that occur in roughly the same geographic location to produce a single or cumulative effect.
The task force does not report the number or type of aircraft employed in a strike, the number of munitions dropped in each strike, or the number of individual munition impact points against a target.
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