A boy carries food aid given by UN's World Food Programme in Raqqa, Syria April 26, 2018. (REUTERS/Aboud Hamam)
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The U.S.-led coalition fighting Daesh in Syria and Iraq acknowledged Thursday the deaths of another 28 civilians, increasing the overall toll of non-fighters killed to at least 883 .An April 27, 2017 strike on an Daesh headquarters in the Syrian city of Raqa saw 11 civilians killed, and a May 16 strike saw two people killed.Monitoring group Airwars says the number of civilian deaths acknowledged by the U.S.-led coalition is well below the true toll of the bombing campaign, estimating that at least 6,259 civilians have been killed.
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