Tallying the Body Count in Iraq Since 2003

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Michele Norris talks with Hamit Dardagan, co-founder and researcher of the Web site Iraq Body Count. The site, founded just before the 2003 invasion, tracks civilian deaths in Iraq due to the U.S.-led military presence. The count includes deaths caused by coalition as well as insurgent groups.

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