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The quality and detail of the records varies considerably. Generally, later records are more detailed. The records from Jordan, Tajikistan, Kosovo and Bosnia Herzegovina are the most detailed, with Lebanon following close behind. Some from Sudan are also detailed, but with little consistency.
These records are not ordered by date. The accident records are also arranged by victim activity, by country, and by year from 2005.
The list below are *.PDF files. Click on the record to open it in Adobe Reader. The later records tend to contain more detail. Records marked with an * are larger, so more detailed or containing more pictures. Double or triple *** indicates unusually large records. Size is no guarantee of quality and some of the smaller records contain useful detail, but it is probably more rewarding to start any study by reading the larger records.
DDAS accidents by number