ACLEDArmed Conflict Location and Event Data (foreign civil war dataset)
ACLEDAssociation of Canadian Legal Education Directors
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ACLED said the Saudis and allies were responsible for more than 8,000 of about 11,700 deaths resulting from the direct targeting of civilians.
Acled said the first half of 2019 saw at least 900 fatalities in a continuing cycle of violence in the Philippines that at first targeted suspects in the drug trade but has extended to suspected communist rebels.
"President Rodrigo Duterte's 'War on Drugs' has driven this violence, with alleged drug suspects accounting for almost 75% of this year's civilian deaths," ACLED reported.
Established in 2014, ACLED claims to provide the "highest quality, most widely used, real time data and analysis source on political violence and protest around the world."
In a statement, presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo called ACLED's findings "remarkable in ignorance and bias." Panelo even accused the US NGO of basing its conclusions on the allegations made by "groups that are hopelessly and blindly critical of the Duterte administration" such as human rights watchdogs and "partisan" media outfits.
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In its report, Acled said 450 direct attacks on civilians had claimed the lives of at least 490 people since the start of 2019 in the Philippines.
In its report, Acled said that "a wave of targeted attacks has resulted in the reported deaths of nearly 490 civilians" in the Philippines since the start of 2019.
In its report, the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data (ACLED) stated that the drug war has accounted for 75 percent of the killings of civilians they have monitored.
In an analysis released July 3, the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project (Acled) said the Philippines landed the fourth on the list of countries most dangerous for civilians because of President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.