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

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