25 April 2011
At least five Afghan civilians were wounded in a roadside bomb blast in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, local officials said. (more…)
Posted in Afghanistan, Bomb, Civilian Casualties, ISAF, Military, NATO/Allies, South Asia, Terrorists, tagged Afghanistan, Bomb, casualty count, civilian deaths, civilian injuries, civilians casualties, deadliest year, Helmand, Taliban, UN on January 6, 2011|
Posted in Africa, Civilian Casualties, Crossfire Deaths, Crossfire Injuries, Government, Gunfire, Insurgents, Somalia, tagged African Union, Amisom, Civilian Casualties, civilian injuries, hospitals, Mogadishu, Somalia, Transitional Federal Government (TFG) on November 30, 2010|
Source: Missionary International Service News Agency (MISNA)
Date: 26 Nov 2010
22 November 2010
The United Nations Security Council on Monday called for the protection of civilians threatened by conflict.
The 15-member Security Council adopted a statement expressing deep regret that civilians continue to account for the vast majority of casualties in armed conflicts. The statement demands that all relevant parties put an end to such practices and recognizes that nations bear the primary responsibility to ensure the human rights of all individuals within their borders.
Posted in Bomb, Civilian Casualties, Crossfire Deaths, Crossfire Injuries, Gunfire, Israel, Middle-East, Military, Mortars, tagged bombs, Civilian Casualties, civilian injuries, gaza strip, Israel, Israeli forces, Mortars, Palestinians, West Bank on November 16, 2010|
Source: United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Date: 09 Nov 2010
Israeli forces injured 23 Palestinians, the large majority of them in clashes in East Jerusalem. Since the beginning of 2010, Israeli forces have injured 1,051 Palestinians, up nearly 40 percent from the equivalent period in 2009 (755 injuries). Around half of 2010 injuries took place during confrontations in East Jerusalem. Two members of Israeli forces were also injured this week.
Posted in Afghanistan, Civilian Casualties, Crossfire Deaths, Crossfire Injuries, Insurgents, ISAF, NATO/Allies, South Asia, Taliban, Terrorists, tagged Afghanistan, civilian deaths, civilian injuries, Insurgents, Nato, NATO deaths, NATO forces, Taliban on November 12, 2010|
November 10, 2010
The NATO-led force in Afghanistan says insurgents were responsible for the deaths of more than 100 Afghan civilians last month and more than 200 civilian injuries, despite the Taliban’s claims that it has protected ordinary citizens.
NATO said the Taliban’s message does not match the reality that every day, insurgents are deliberately killing, injuring and intimidating Afghans.
Posted in Civilian Casualties, Clusters/Mines, East Asia, NGOs, Southeast Asia, Unexploded Ordinances (UXO), United Nations, World, tagged Article 5, civilian injuries, cluster munitions, Laos, meeting, survivors, UXO, war victims on November 8, 2010|