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UN: At least 1,075 killed in Iraq in 17 days

“United Nations human rights monitors say at least 1,075 people have been killed in Iraq during June, most of them civilians. The UN human rights team in Iraq says at least 757 civilians were killed and 599 injured in Nineveh, Diyala and Salah Al Deen provinces from June 5-22. Spokesman Rupert Colville told reporters Tuesday in Geneva the figure ‘should be viewed very much as a minimum’ and includes some verified summary executions and extra-judicial killings of civilians, police, and soldiers who had stopped fighting.”

Source: UN: At least 1,075 killed in Iraq in 17 days | GulfNews.com

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