The public record of violent deaths following the 2003 invasion of Iraq
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- An overview of the year’s violence against civilians Jan 2014
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- The War in Iraq: 10 years and counting
- Contains Flashing Images
- Iraqi deaths from violence in 2012
- Earlier analysis from IBC…
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Iraq Body Count maintains the world’s largest public database of violent civilian deaths since the 2003 invasion, as well as separate running total which includes combatants.
Key IBC publications
- Civilian deaths in “noble” Iraq mission pass 10,000
- A Dossier on Civilian Casualties in Iraq 2003-2005
- Post-surge violence: its extent and nature
- How can the utility of press reports be assessed?
- How has IBC been used by others?
“We don’t do body counts”General Tommy Franks
Iraq Body Count
Tuesday 11 March: 17 killed
Baghdad: 5 by IED, AED, gunfire.
MARCH CASUALTIES SO FAR: 381 CIVILIANS KILLED.
Monday 10 March: 18 killed
Haditha: 1 by gunfire.
MARCH CASUALTIES SO FAR: 364 CIVILIANS KILLED.More