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PHOTOS: Casualties mount from airstrikes led by the U.S.-led coalition in Mosul

A recent airstrike by the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq is believed to have caused nearly 300 civilian deaths, a tragedy that provoked an international outpouring of grief and outrage.

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Adnan Ahmed Aaid, 25, right, surveys the remains of his former home which he said was destroyed in an airstrike in west Mosul's Mahata neighborhood on March 13. The coalition is investigating. On the left is his brother Shahab Ahmed Aiad, 40, with his daughters Imam Shahab Ahmed, 7, left, and Hijran Shahab Ahmed, 8.

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Malak Aaid, 10, says she lost her mother and 2-year-old cousin in an airstrike.

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Omar Hasan Abdul QadirK, 67, cries as he describes how his four grandchildren were killed in an airstrike that he said destroyed his home in east Mosul's Baysan neighborhood on Jan. 17. The coalition is investigating.

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Relatives comfort 2-year-old Ali Jasim Mohammed who they say was orphaned in an airstrike that killed 11 people in east Mosul’s Baysan neighborhood on Jan. 21. The U.S.-led coalition conducted strikes that day, but was not investigating.

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In west Mosul's Jadidah neighborhood, people moved quickly last month to avoid danger along streets destroyed by an airstrike that the U.S.-led coalition is still investigating.

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Iraqi security forces guard the ruins of Omar Hasan Abdul Qadir’s east Mosul home that he said was destroyed in an airstrike targeting Islamic State militants.

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Fatia Jasim, 40, daughter of Jasim Mohammed Ali, said she still can’t walk after an airstrike hit her home.

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Zorha Hasan Ali, 63, shows burns she suffered during an airstrike in east Mosul on Nov. 17.

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Jasim Mohammed Ali, 65, left, says an airstrike on Nov. 17 destroyed his family's east Mosul home, killing his son and six grandsons.

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Residents of west Mosul’s Jadidah neighborhood help Iraqi civil defense workers retrieve bodies from a home destroyed by an airstrike last month that the coalition is investigating.

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A man pauses to smoke in the remnants of a house damaged by an airstrike in east Mosul's Baysan neighborhood where 11 people were killed and 10 injured.

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Ahmed Raed Kotiba, left, stands with his cousin outside a building destroyed by an airstrike in west Mosul's Dawasa neighborhood.

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A man walks past a crater in the Wadi Hajar neighborhood of west Mosul.

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Mahmoud Yousef said his wife suffered a fatal heart attack during an airstrike that destroyed a theater near their home in west Mosul's Dawasa neighborhood.

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Raed Mohammed Hasan, 30, center, said he lost 11 neighbors and relatives, including his 11-month-old daughter, Rania, in an airstrike in east Mosul on Jan. 21. Coalition records show a strike was carried out in Mosul that day, but officials say it is not being investigated for civilian deaths. He is still rebuilding his home.

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Residents pile body bags in the back of a pickup truck in March after recovering the remains of relatives and neighbors they said were killed by an airstrike in west Mosul’s Jadidah neighborhood.

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