Now that President Bush has a Democratic Congress, and Rumsfeld has resigned, what will happen in Iraq? Will the new congress insist that our troops leave? Will it become a full fledged civil war?or is it that already?
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There is a rumor that there has been a military disaster inIraq involving an attack near the Green Zone and manyAmerican casualties. On October 10, a massive fire wasobserved at Forward Operations Base Falcon, one of thelargest US camps in Baghdad, and reported by BBC News.Andrew North reported on the BBC that eyewitnesses “believethere was some kind of attack on the base.” A US spokesmantold North that there had been “some indirect attacks” onthe base, which usually refers to mortar attacks. The USclaimed that there were no casualties, however a storypersists that there were actually substantial casualtiesfrom a well-organized assault. Huge fires were definitelyseen by reporters and are visible onBBCNews video.
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We recently revealed that the death toll in Iraq is much higher than has been reported in the mainstream media. Doctors working in Iraq say that more than half of the civilians killed could have been saved if better medical equipment and more experienced staff and were available. We’re putting billions of dollars into the war effort, but we won’t win Iraqi hearts and minds if we don’t spend some of this money on medical equipment.
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There’s a devastating new report about the Iraq war?not in the mainstream media or in a political book, but in the British medical journal The Lancet. It says that over 650,000 people have died in the last 3 years in Iraq as a result of the war?that’s about almost 3% of the population and is more than 20 times higher than President George Bush claimed a little over a year ago. Previous official government estimates have placed casualties at a much lower level of between 50 and 125,000.read more