Based in London, UK, Joe Dyke heads the investigations team at Airwars, the leading international civilian harm watchdog. 

He has led and contributed to multiple investigations, including investigating with The Guardian civilian harm linked to British airstrikes in Iraq, documenting with VICE the US failings that led to a deadly ISIS prison break.

In 2022 he won an Amnesty Media Award for a co-authored article in The Guardian recreating the final moments in a residential tower in Gaza before it was destroyed by an Israeli strike.

Prior to joining Airwars, he lived and worked in the Middle East for a decade, most recently as chief correspondent for the Palestinian Territories for Agence France Presse (AFP). 

Joe Dyke

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Joe Dyke
Head of Investigations
United Kingdom

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Exposing EU Country That Killed Libyan Civilians

  • Armed conflict
  • Justice

COPENHAGEN - Denmark dropped bombs in four key incidents in which civilians were reportedly killed or injured in the 2011 war that led to the overthrow of dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi, this investigation by Altinget and Airwars can reveal in partnership with the Guardian. 

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