NGO’s Amnesty International and AirWars reveal findings from a landmark investigation into the US coalitions assault on Raqqa in 2017, documenting over 1,600 civilian causalities in the city of Raqqa, Syria alone.
US Army Releases 30MB of Data On 16 Year History/Study of The Iraq War, 3 Years Past Scheduled Release Date
2 months ago, 3 years late, the US Army War College published the results a 16 year study into the War in Iraq and the strategies that went into overthrowing the Government, fighting the Islamic State and attempting to maintain stability.
Investigative Report: United Cyber Caliphate & Islamic State Making Returns To The Hacking Scene In 2019?
Immediately following the US military’s alleged defeat of ISIS in December 2018, January 2019 has seen the re-emergence of the United Cyber Caliphate and Islamic State hacking factions across the ClearNet.
Online Activists Launch Massive Crowd-Sourcing Campaign To Document, Map & Decode Raqqa’s Destruction
In one of the most innovative new research/tech projects I’ve ever seen, Amnesty International has created an online crowd-sourcing campaign designed to show global citizens how the city of Raqqa, Syria was systematically destroyed by US Coalition Forces across 2016-2017