Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Unnamed, Unnoticed (Iraqi suffering examined)

The lack of "official" figures, however, shouldn't absolve the media from their blindness to Iraqi suffering, since available figures, incomplete as they are, are staggering for a guerrilla war. Reliable sources have certainly done their best to count, sources like IBC, Brookings, and the Iraqi and American epidemiologists who estimated in a study published in the British medical journal the Lancet that 100,000 Iraqis might have died in the war by September, 2004 Here


well well well ... i do alot of moaning about the media bias in the war with iraq but for once i must give credit

the BBC are running with the headline story "Conflict 'kills 25,000 Iraqis'" that will teach fox for calling them biased



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