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Topic: Casualties of the conflict in Iraq since 2003

 Iraq, Landmine Monitor Report 2003
Iraq’s landmine and unexploded ordnance problem is a consequence of the Iraq-Iran War, two decades of internal conflict, the 1991 Gulf War, and the 2003 conflict.
This is particularly the case in the regions bordering Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq, and to a lesser extent in the southern and central regions.
By late May 2003, MAG was meeting with members of the Iraqi Civil Defense Organization in the northern regions of previously Baghdad-controlled Iraq to explore how to utilize their knowledge and clearance capacity.
www.icbl.org /lm/2003/iraq.html   (8078 words)

 Casualties of the conflict in Iraq since 2003 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Summary of casualties of the 2003 invasion of Iraq
As of 21 October, 2006, the coalition death toll in this conflict was 3,029.
Coalition casualties in the 2003–2006 conflict are now eight times those of the 1990–1991 Gulf War.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/2003_invasion_of_Iraq_casualties   (3567 words)

 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Iraq War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Iraq War or War in Iraq, is both an informal and a formal American term for the military conflict in Iraq including the 2003 Invasion of Iraq by the United States and United Kingdom, overthrow of the governing regime, ocupation and subsequent military activities by US, UK and other forces.
In contrast, individuals who believe that the "Iraq war" is a continuing conflict base their concept of "war" and "occupation" on more general concepts, as opposed to the definitions of the United Nations, International law, military laws, or political techniques for using language effectively.
The War of Iraq (2003) was the war in the Middle East country of Iraq, which resulted from the the Iraq disarmament crisis of late 2002 and began with the invasion of 2003.
www.blinkbits.com /blinks/iraq_war   (6373 words)

 2003 invasion of Iraq - Knowmore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The 2003 invasion of Iraq was the first military act of the Iraq War, and was launched by the United States and the United Kingdom on March 20, 2003, with support from some other governments, making up what was described as the "coalition of the willing".
The legitimacy of the invasion is disputed: the officially stated legal reason was that Iraq illegally possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1441.
Many propagated the claim that the war could act as a catalyst for democracy and peace in the Middle East, and that once Iraq became democratic and prosperous other nations would quickly follow suit due to this demonstration effect, and thus the social environment that allowed terrorism to flourish would be eliminated.
www.knowmore.org /index.php/2003_invasion_of_Iraq   (8476 words)

 Iraqi Casualties of the conflict in Iraq since 2003 -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Casualties of the conflict in Iraq since 2003 (beginning with the 2003 invasion of Iraq and continuing with the ensuing 2003 occupation of Iraq and continuing occupation presence) have come in many forms, and the accuracy of the information available on different types of casualties varies greatly.
At best, we learn of estimates of casualty levels either from reporters on the scene, from officials of involved organizations, or from groups that summarize information on incidents reported in the news media.
Since the war began, civilian violent deaths were found to be 58 times more likely than in the 15 months preceding the war.
www.aljazeera.com /me.asp?service_ID=10210   (1904 words)

 National and International News - USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
As of Thursday, at least 2,396 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.
As of Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006, at least 2,617 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.
As of Monday, at least 2,567 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/iraq/casualties/front.htm   (271 words)

 Carmelites of Indianapolis
Possible estimates on the total number of people killed in the invasion and occupation of Iraq vary widely.
As he walked toward the nurse, I imagined the entire army of women and men who have been wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.
As we pray for the healing and livelihood of the wounded, let us pray for our wounded country and never forget the human cost of war.
www.praythenews.com /News_topic.asp?c=271   (269 words)

 CNN.com - Pentagon estimates Iraq civil toll - Oct 30, 2005
Relatives grieve for victims of a weekend truck bombing in Iraq.
The figure was extrapolated from a bar graph on page 23 of the report, which shows average daily casualties since January 2004.
The 44-page report, "Measuring Stability and Security in Iraq," was submitted to the U.S. Congress on October 13, two days before Iraq's constitutional referendum.
edition.cnn.com /2005/WORLD/meast/10/30/iraq.casualties/index.html   (368 words)

 Northern Iraq: Civilian Deaths Higher Since War Ended (Human Rights Watch, 27-4-2003)
(Arbil, Iraq, April 27, 2003) -- The number of civilians killed or wounded since the war ended in northern Iraq is higher than it was during the conflict, Human Rights Watch said today.
Storing ammunition in a functioning school is a violation of international humanitarian law.
At the al-Razi Hospital (formerly Saddam Hospital) in Mosul, one doctor in the emergency ward told Human Rights Watch that during the coalition bombing raids, most civilian casualties were the result of ammunition left behind by the Iraqi army in and around the city.
www.hrw.org /press/2003/04/iraq042703.htm   (690 words)

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