The United States recognized the death of over 100 civilians in Mosul after the air strike in March

The us military acknowledged the deaths of more than 100 civilians in the Iraqi city of Mosul in an air RAID, produced in March of this year. This was stated by Brigadier General Matthew Isler, the Associated Press reports.

According to the military, the purpose of the strikes was two snipers of the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia), ensconced in one of the buildings. They were dropped 500-pound bombs. In the result of a direct hit detonated the explosives that the militants had laid on the lower floors of the concrete structure.

As explained by Isler, neither the us military nor the Iraqi military had no information about what the building can be civilians, and the mining areas. The result is a powerful explosion in this and the adjacent buildings that killed 105 people, 36 missing.

On 30 April the joint command of operation “Unwavering commitment” acknowledged the death of 352 civilians from air strikes of the US-led coalition in Iraq and Syria since 2014.

On the same day it became known that in the air strikes in raqqa province in Northern Syria killed 14 civilians.