Hegland, Corine
May 2004
National Journal;5/29/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 22, p1704
Reports on the civilian deaths in the U.S. anti-terrorism operations, particularly in Iraq. Estimated Iraqi civilian death toll, according to Iraqbodycount.net, a watchdog group composed of researchers; Comments on the steps taken by the U.S. military to minimize the unintended casualties; Concern about the U.S. Army's use of cluster bombs; Factors that contribute to Iraqi civilian deaths.


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