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14 Oct, 2009 23:12

“Less US casualties in Iraq drag media attention away, but the war isn't over"

The first official US report on the death toll in Iraq claims nearly 85,000 people were killed 2004-2008, but that number doesn’t reflect the real death figures, argues Iraqi activist and blogger Raed Jarrar.