The US-led coalition must end its denial over the death toll, Amnesty International and Airwars say.Read more
RAF crews have been talking to the BBC's Jonathan Beale about the challenges they face in avoiding civilian casualties in Iraq and Syria.
There's no place like home, but what if that home is Raqqa, northern Syria? The city became capital of so-called Islamic State, and was left in ruins after the military campaign to retake it. But despite the devastation many families are now coming home, including Um Louay, who fled with her husband and children in 2013. Nader Ibrahim of BBC Arabic followed her story. Image: Um Louay Credit: BBC
Um Louay and her nine children say returning to their partially-destroyed house is better than living in a camp.
Hamoudi was kidnapped, tortured... then escaped.
Amer hasn't heard from his brother Mohamed since he was arrested and put in an IS jail.