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Stop Bombing Civilians

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© Tom Shelton/HI

Bombing civilians isn't war, it's a crime

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 2017, over 31,000 civilians were killed or injured by explosive weapons. This figure represents a shocking 165% increase over the past seven years.  Civilians in countries such as Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Afghanistan have been particularly badly affected.

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