According to the Syrian opposition website Syrian Martyrs, the conflict's death toll was 151,888 up to 30 April 2016, which was the time of its last update. The number includes 35,859 rebel combatants but does not include members of the government security forces or pro-government foreign combatants who have died.
More than 1 in 10 Syrians have been wounded or killed since the beginning of the war in 2011, according to a new report that finds a staggering 470,000 deaths have been caused by the conflict ...
As the Syrian ceasefire comes into effect, the infographic below takes a look at the large human cost of the conflict so far. If observed by all parties, the week-long break in hostilities will ...
Iraq had the highest death toll of any country worldwide with 1,770 fatalities. Unsurprisingly, considering the death toll in both Iraq and Syria, ISIS was responsible for much of the carnage.
In Syria's Civilian Death Toll, The Islamic State Group, Or ISIS, Is A Far Smaller Threat Than Bashar Assad. By Alessandria Masi @alessandriamasi 01/07/15 AT 7:54 AM.
Graphs are based on the higher number in our totals. Gaps in recording and reporting suggest that even our highest totals to date may be missing many civilian deaths from violence. Monthly civilian deaths from violence, 2003 onwards
At Airwars we've been modelling Coalition airstrike data since the start of operations in August 2014, enabling us to comprehensively model over time the war against Daesh. All of our graphs and tables are based on official data releases from the Coalition, and from individual member nations.
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A tank crew is ambushed early in the Syrian Civil War. This is the brutally graphic and real video of them trying to escape death. There are some videos and images that will stick with you for the rest of your life. This is your fair warning before we get into it. If you have never seen anything ...