Based on the interviews of 112 residents of the Syrian city and investigation of the destroyed areas, Amnesty International says the US-led coalition may have committed war crimes in Raqqa.
A regime assault killed 17 civilians, including seven children on Friday in the Palestinian camp of Yarmouk in southern Damascus, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The UN Security Council last Saturday adopted a resolution calling for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria without delay as the number of casualties in eastern Ghouta since February 19 reached at least 700.
More than 700 civilians have been killed by US-led airstrikes in and around Raqqa since March, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The numbers of civilian casualties are expected to increase as Iraqi authorities say the battle to retake Mosul may take months.
Including the latest disclosure which spans ten months, the Pentagon has assessed 119 civilians have been killed in air raids since 2014 while Amnesty International puts the figure closer to 300.
Human rights commissioner says there is grave danger the group might opt to kill such vulnerable people rather than see them set free.
A new United Nations report has found 5,166 Afghan civilians have been killed or injured, including 1,509 children.
Dozens of civilians have reportedly been killed by US-led air strikes as they fled from the front lines of a battle raging in the city of Manbij in the governorate of Aleppo.
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