Airwars monitors and assesses civilian harm from airpower-dominated international military actions. It seeks transparency and accountability from belligerents, and advocates on behalf of affected non-combatants. It archives open-source casualty reports, and military claims by nations.


A year and a half ago, much of the world’s attention was focused on the battles to oust ISIS from bastions in Iraq and Syria. But it had staked a claim in Libya, too.