Thursday, May 22, 2003

from the Christian Science Monitor:

Evidence is mounting to suggest that between 5,000 and 10,000 Iraqi civilians may have died during the recent war, according to researchers involved in independent surveys of the country...Such a range would make the Iraq war the deadliest campaign for noncombatants that US forces have fought since Vietnam...they have found evidence of "massive use of cluster bombs in densely populated areas," according to Human Rights Watch researcher Marc Galasco, contradicting coalition claims that such munitions were used only in deserted areas.

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