BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:12 A.M.) – A non-profit monitoring group, Airwars.org, who tracks deaths caused by Russian and US airstrikes has claimed that over 1,000 civilians have been killed by US-led coalition bombings in Iraq and Syria in the month of March alone.

It then announced it was scaling back its work on “alleged Russian actions in Syria — so as best to focus our limited resources on continuing to properly monitor and assess reported casualties from the U.S. and its allies.”

“Almost 1,000 civilian non-combatant deaths have already been alleged from coalition actions across Iraq and Syria in March — a record claim,” Airwars said in a statement.

One report alone has claimed that 600 civilians have been killed by US-led airstrikes in the last 72 hours alone.

Meanwhile, in a statement made by the US-led Coalition, they emphasized their efforts to reduce civilian casualties.