Iraq after 2003 occupation
Study Claims Iraq's 'Excess' Death Toll Has Reached 655,000
Washington post Oct 11, 2006 –
A team of American and Iraqi epidemiologists estimates that 655,000 more people have died in Iraq since coalition forces arrived in March 2003 than would have died if the invasion had not occurred.
The Iraq We Left Behind
Daily English News - Iraq 10 years later: Mission impossible?
Published on May 4, 2013
May 1, 2013 marks the ten year anniversary of President W. Bush declaring mission accomplished in Iraq. A decade later, we now know that there were no weapons of mass destruction in that country and that the war would unfold for man
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Living With No Future: Iraq, Ten Years Later | The Nation
Conditions in Iraq, not surprisingly, bear little resemblance to the fantasyland touted by America’s recent presidents. According to the Bush administration at the time, the siege of Fallujah was carried out in the name of fighting something called “terrorism” and yet, from the point of view of the Iraqis I was observing at such close quarters, the terror was strictly American. In fact, it was the Americans who first began the spiraling cycle of violence in Fallujah when US troops from the 82nd Airborne Division killed 17 unarmed demonstrators on April 28 of the previous year outside a school they had occupied and turned into a combat outpost. The protesters had simply wanted the school vacated by the Americans, so their children could use it. But then, as now, those who respond to government-sanctioned violence are regularly written off as “terrorists.” Governments are rarely referred to in the same terms.
Iraq - Did My Son Die In Vain? (War Documentary HD)
Published on Apr 15, 2013
Ten years after the invasion of Iraq, retired headteacher, Geoff Dunsmore, travels to Basra to follow in the footsteps of his son Chris, a
City of Widows - Iraq
Uploaded on Jun 29, 2009
The dark cells of Suddam Husseins female prisons, no longer hold women awaiting execution. Today they are crammed with homeless families displaced by years of violence. Is life really getting better in Iraq?