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STOP Bombing Civilians

During recent armed conflicts, explosive weapons have been used on a massive scale, killing and injuring thousands of civilians.

When explosive weapons are used in populated areas, a shocking 92% of casualties are civilians.

In 2016, over 45,000 people were killed or injured by explosive weapons. Civilians in countries such as Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Afghanistan have been particularly badly affected. The number of civilians killed has nearly doubled since 2011.

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