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U.N. Reports 35,000 Iraqi Civilians Killed in 2006

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U.N. Reports 35,000 Iraqi Civilians Killed in 2006

U.N. Reports 35,000 Iraqi Civilians Killed in 2006

U.N. Reports 35,000 Iraqi Civilians Killed in 2006

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Colin Rowat, an economist at the University of Birmingham in England, talks about a report issued Tuesday from the United Nations that estimates nearly 35,000 civilians have died violently in Iraq last year.

Guest:

Colin Rowat, Economist at the University of Birmingham, England who studies research methodologies