The journalistic monitoring group Airwars says dozens of civilians have reportedly been killed in Iraq over the last week by airstrikes carried out by either the U.S.-led coalition or the U.S.-backed Iraqi military. On April 4, 20 civilians, including children, were reportedly killed in west Mosul by airstrikes. The next day, on April 5, more than 25 civilians were reportedly killed by multiple airstrikes on neighborhoods across west Mosul. Another airstrike that same day on Anbar Province reportedly killed eight civilians, including four children. Also on April 5, airstrikes on a village to the northwest of Mosul reportedly killed up to 40 civilians. The airstrikes are part of the U.S. and Iraqi militaries’ months-long campaign to retake the city of Mosul from ISIS.