This category is for sites on civilian casualties from either the Taliban or United States forces during the fight in Afghanistan.
A New York Times detailed report on the bombing of four villages in Oruzgan Province on July 1, 2002. [Free registration required].
A report by Human Rights Watch. Includes photographs and maps.
Jonathan Steele summarizes estimations on the number of casualties, and discusses the effect of the US air strikes on humanitarian help. The Guardian, UK.
A summary and comparison of the existing statistics on Afghan civilian casualties. The Guardian, UK.
A report on the war in Afghanistan that examines civilian deaths from bombing and tries to explain why the rate of casualties is higher than in the 1999 Balkans war. Written by Carl Conetta for the Project on Defense Alternatives.
Seumas Milne reports in The Guardian on an American economist's estimate that US bombs have killed at least 3,767 civilians.
Halima Kazem reports on the life of Afghan victims of US bombings. EurasiaNet.
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