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Graphic novel: Zero Civilian Casualties – The hidden US war in Somalia

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US air strikes in Somalia have surged in the past two years – more than 100 have been launched since President Trump relaxed protections for civilians in 2017. Despite this, the US consistently claims not to have killed or injured a single civilian there. Evidence from in-depth Amnesty International investigation shows otherwise – in just five incidents US air strikes were found to have killed at least 14 civilians and injured eight more.

Illustration © Mike Dawson

 

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None of the people Amnesty International spoke to for its report had been interviewed by any government officials.

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