THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
David Bosco

A conspicuous silence on Iraq

By David Bosco
May 13, 2007

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FEW ASPECTS of the evolving crisis in Iraq are beyond controversy, but on one point there is now little dispute: The conflict there has produced a humanitarian disaster. The United Nations estimates that at least 30,000 Iraqis died in 2006, and more than 100,000 have died since the invasion. The bloodshed, and the question of what might staunch it, has ... (Full article: 753 words)

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