I really have no words to comment on this. See the full article here:
654,000 deaths tied to Iraq war
Hopkins research yields toll far higher than most estimates
In an update of a two-year-old survey that sparked wide disagreement, Johns
Hopkins researchers now estimate that more than a half-million Iraqis have
died as a result of the U.S.-led invasion and its bloody aftermath.
Reporting this week in the online edition of The Lancet, a leading British
medical journal, the researchers estimated that 654,000 more Iraqis died of
various causes after the invasion than would have died in a comparable
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