CIVILIAN DEATH COUNT TOPS 100,000

Created: Friday, 29 October 2004 Written by Submit_News
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John Hopkins University in Michigan has researched a document that has been published in the Lancet. The report indicates that over 100,000 Iraqi civilians have died since the US, UK and Australia began its invasion of Iraq to oust Saddam Hussein because of a suspicion he had weapons of mass destruction.

The report says that the largest amount of deaths is made up from women and children killed during allied air strikes.

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