The Nation’s interactive database of civilian casualties in Afghanistan is an attempt to compile as complete a list as possible of all known civilian deaths that have occurred in the country as a result of war-related actions by the United States, its allies and Afghan government forces, from the invasion in October of 2001 through the end of 2012.See a summary of the database here, and the interactive database itself here.
our tax dollars at work: a history of civilian casualties in afghanistan, 2001-2012
This is from the US, but it concerns every Canadian along with every USian. From The Nation, emphasis mine.
Posted by laura k at 9/22/2013 08:00:00 AM
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