One thousand words
- Stop the Bloodshed. // Progressive;Sep2006, Vol. 70 Issue 9, p20
Several photographs of a march at Dearborn, Michigan, on July 18, 2006 and at Los Angeles on July 19, 2006, to protest the killing of civilians in Gaza and Lebanon in which thousands participated are presented.
- ISRAEL-GAZA. // Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);7/22/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4900, p9
The article reports on the casualties during the Israeli bombardment in Northern Gaza.
- Afghanistan: not a just war. Hinman, Pip // Green Left Weekly;5/20/2009, Issue 795, p3
The article focuses on the war in Afghanistan led by the U.S., Australia and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) particularly on the rise in the number of its civilian casualties.
- Last Word. Vesely, Milan // Middle East;Jan2011, Issue 418, p66
The article focuses on the bulk of civilian casualties during unmanned Predator aircraft attacks, launched in the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
- Terror attacks escalate. // Crisis Response Journal;Dec2009, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p6
The article reports on the increase incidence of terrorist attacks that affects that lives of the civilian population in Pakistan.
- Stop press: SLA kills 2000 civilians overnight. // Green Left Weekly;5/13/2009, Issue 794, p2
The article offers information on the May 9, 2009 reports stating that the Sri Lankan Army (SLA) has killed more than 2000 civilians and has wounded 814 people who have managed to reach the makeshift hospital.
- 325TH COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL SEES DROP IN CAUSALITIES IN IRAQ. Boivin, Janet // Warrior Citizen;Spring2008, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p86
The article reports on the decrease in the number of casualties admitted at the intermediate care ward of the 325th Combat Support Hospital at Camp Speicher in Iraq.
- Eight Civilians Killed as Pakistan Shells Border Villages in J&K. // India -- West;11/4/2016, Vol. 61 Issue 51, pA38
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- Your Turn: Getting Above It. Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;6/23/2010, p1
The article presents the comments of the readers on the photograph of U.S. Senator Barack Obama listening to U.S. Army General David H. Petraeus analyzing the situation of the city of Baghdad, Iraq during an aerial tour on July 21, 2008. A reader comments that Obama looks a novice listening to...