Statistics of NATO's "peacekeeping operations".
- Dead – 5,700 people, including 400 children
- Wounded – nearly 7,000 civilians, 30% of them children
- Missing – 821 people
- Excess mortality as a result of deterioration of conditions of existence not estimated
- Dead - 35,000 people
- Refugees - 500,000 people
- As well as the aggravation of inter-ethnic conflicts, terrorist attacks, increased drug trafficking
|A man carries a mutilated, dead girl after NATO's bombing in Iraq, 2003.|
- During the war in Iraq over 1 million Iraqis were killed – this is a greatest loss in modern history. A quarter of them women and children.
- During the operation, NATO forces used forbidden weapons, namely white phosphorus.
- Killed more than 20,000 people (military and civilians)
- Refugees – more than 350,000 people
|Libya, 2011 - Doctors help child who suffered from wounds in the besieged Libyan city of Misrata.|
In August 2011, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen claimed that the actions of the aviation of NATO forces in Libya caused no civilian casualties.