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Civilian Deaths in Baghdad

The Los Angeles Times does its own estimates of civilian death in Baghdad during the war (and two weeks after) and it thinks that "at least 1,700 civilians died" and "more than 8,000 were injured." These death and injuries are based on records from 27 hospitals: "Those victims included in the toll died as a direct result of the conflict, but not necessarily at American hands."

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