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Despite Russia’s claims, it is our provisional view at Airwars that to April 30th 2016 only, between 2,210 and 2,984 civilian non-combatants are likely to have been killed in 423 Syrian incidents where there is fair reporting publicly available of an event – and where Russian strikes appear to have taken place in the near vicinity on that date.

Indeed, more civilians appear to have been killed by Russia in the seven months to April 30th 2016 than from all credibly-reported Coalition civilian fatality events since August 2014.

As well as inflicting excessive civilian casualties, Russia is credibly reported to have extensively targeted civilian infrastructure in Syria – with water treatment plants, bakeries, food distribution depots and aid convoys all struck.

Civilian neighbourhoods were often systematically targeted across rebel areas.

For reference we also include the latest aggregated Russian civilian fatality estimates from the leading Syrian casualty recorders.

Because of wide variations in the quality of casualty recording, Airwars uses a grading system for events alleging non-combatant or ‘friendly fire’ deaths from Russian and Coalition airstrikes.

Claims are drawn from Syrian monitoring groups; from media and social media sites; from militant and rebel groups; and via local and international NGOs and news organisations.

maintains an extensive database of all known allegations in which civilians have been reported killed by Russia since September 30th 2015.An overall total of between 3,895 and 5,354 civilian non-combatant deaths have been alleged from these 784 events, although as we explain below this overstates likely civilian deaths from Russian strikes.Moscow continues to deny killing any civilians in its continuing air campaign in Syria. General Sergei Rudskoy of the Russian General Staff insisted to reporters that there had been no civilian casualties from its airstrikes.Refugee access to settlement services The experience of transitioning to life in Canada is different for every newcomer.Many of the recently resettled Syrian refugees are adjusting as well as historical refugee groups, and their integration in the first year is as expected.

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