Airwars publishes data on casualties and airstrikes since 4 April 2019
In an article published with Airwars on 6 April, Oliver Imhof provides interesting data on airstrikes and casualties resulting from Khalifa Haftar’s year long assault on Tripoli.
According to Airwars data, between 324 and 458 civilians have been killed nationally by 2,034 air and artillery strikes since April 4th 2019, and another 576 to 850 injured.
Imhof completes this analysis with details on the numbers of airstrikes by foreign powers such as the UAE or Turkey, which have sided with the rival factions fighting for Tripoli, and details on the weaponry used. On one side, the United Arab Emirates, Russia, Jordan and Egypt have chosen to support Haftar and the Libyan National Army (LNA). On the other side, Turkey and Qatar which have chosen to support the Government of Nation Accord (GNA).
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