US faced widespread criticism over an air strike in Kabul that killed 10 civilians, including children, during the final chaotic days of its troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.
While the truce has brought along a significant reduction in violence, the number of casualties from landmines and unexploded ordnance remained the same or higher, according to an aid group.
American think-tank finds systemic weaknesses at the US defence department, causing it to fall short of its duties on civilian casualties.
Bombing kills 20 people including Houthi air force general Abdullah Qassem al Junaid and his family members, rebel media and medics say, following Iran-backed rebels' drone attack on UAE oil facilities.
The US called its strike in Afghanistan a mistake, but that was only because they were caught red-handed. What about the other victims of similar 'mistakes'?
Israel flattened a 12-storey building in Gaza City that had housed the US Associated Press and Qatar-based Al Jazeera media operations, prompting outcry from journalists and social media users.
Khost, a restive Afghan province bordering Pakistan, is home to members of the Taliban and also Al Qaeda militants, officials say. No group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack.
Authorities in Armenia-occupied Karabakh say more than 100 fighters were also wounded in clashes with Azerbaijan's soldiers. Separately, Baku says it has captured seven of its Armenian-occupied villages in heavy fighting.
There are innumerable accounts from local sources and media as well as rights organisations that contradict the US claim.
Turkey's defence ministry says the PKK/YPG terror attack in Salik Atik village also wounded 20 people.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry says in a press release that the move was part of a pilot project prepared by a working group formed under the Astana process by Turkey, Russia, Iran and the United Nations.
Rebels attacked Congolese army positions and several neighborhoods of Beni which is at the center of the latest deadly Ebola outbreak.
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