[Paleopsych] Worth the cost?

Steve Hovland shovland at mindspring.com
Tue Jan 25 02:36:32 UTC 2005

100,000 Civilian Deaths Estimated in Iraq
By Rob SteinWashington Post Staff Writer
Friday, October 29, 2004; Page A16
One of the first attempts to independently estimate the loss of civilian 
life from the Iraqi war has concluded that at least 100,000 Iraqi civilians 
may have died because of the U.S. invasion.
The analysis, an extrapolation based on a relatively small number of 
documented deaths, indicated that many of the excess deaths have occurred 
due to aerial attacks by coalition forces, with women and children being 
frequent victims, wrote the international team of public health researchers 
making the calculations.

Steve Hovland

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