Limited coverage of civilian deaths means Americans can’t comprehend the true cost of war

Justin Rohrlich
Limited coverage of civilian deaths means Americans can’t comprehend the true cost of war

News coverage of civilian casualties in faraway conflict zones has been almost nonexistent during key periods in the war against the global terrorist network known as ISIS. ISIS rose to prominence out of the mire of the wars in Syria and Iraq. The major American media, however, struggled to cover the war and its repercussions.