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Civilians, Collateral Damage and the Cost of War

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Civilians, Collateral Damage and the Cost of War

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Civilians, Collateral Damage and the Cost of War

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Civilians are paying a heavy price for fighting between Israel and Hezbollah. Guests focus on the suffering of civilians in Lebanon and northern Israel, and look at the humanitarian and economic fallout in both countries.

Guests:

Khaled Mansour, U.N. spokesperson in Lebanon

David Holdridge, Middle East program director of Mercy Corps, an international relief and development agency

Rebecca Caspi, member of the emergency response team at the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

Howard Rosen, visiting fellow at the Institute for International Economics, a non-profit research organization based in Washington, D.C.

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