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‘25,000 civilians’ killed in Iraq

Nearly 25,000 civilians have died violently in Iraq since the US-led invasion in March 2003, a report says. Based on more than 10,000 media reports, the dossier is the first detailed account of such deaths. “The ever-mounting Iraqi death toll is the forgotten cost of the decision to go to war in Iraq,” said John Sloboda, one of the report authors. The Iraq Body Count and Oxford Research Group, made up of academics and peace activists, carried out the survey. Full Story

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