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Survey Puts Iraqi War Dead Above One Million
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Survey Puts Iraqi War Dead Above One Million

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Survey Puts Iraqi War Dead Above One Million

Survey Puts Iraqi War Dead Above One Million
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The British polling agency ORB has released a new survey of Iraqis that suggests that more than one million Iraqis have been killed since the war began. One surprising finding from the study was that most of the estimated 1.2 million deaths were the result of a gun shot, not car bomb. Johnny Heald, co-author of the study, talks to Madeleine Brand about what these numbers mean.

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