Furor grows over civilian deaths in Iraq

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Furor grows over civilian deaths in Iraq

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BAGHDAD, Iraq - A third set of allegations that U.S. troops have deliberately killed civilians is fueling a furor in Iraq and drawing strong condemnations from government and human rights officials.

"It looks like the killing of Iraqi civilians is becoming a daily phenomenon," the chairman of the Iraqi Human Rights Association, Muayed al-Anbaki, said Friday after video ran on television of children and adults slain in a raid in March on the Iraqi village of Ishaqi north of Baghdad.

Al-Anbaki's comments came a day after Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki upbraided the U.S. military over allegations that Marines killed two dozen unarmed civilians in the western city of Haditha, calling it "a horrible crime." They were his strongest public comments on the subject since his government was sworn in last month.

U.S. commanders have ordered new ethics training for all troops in Iraq. But the flow of revelations and investigations threatens to undermine Iraq's new government and public support in America for President Bush's management of the war.

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More allegations of unjust civilian deaths by US troops.
By YCON: posted on 3-6-2006

I'm sure it is just an oversight, but I notice that after many hours of its breaking, the fact that one of those accounts have been found to be baseless. There, one of those more, which amounts to, what, three, is no more.

What is the body count up to now for the violence against Iraqis and U.S. servicement alike by the insurgents?

Perspective.
By Thomas_Crowne: posted on 4-6-2006

Perspective = "Thomas Crowne" is noisy but seems to be too lazy to post links or sources.
By JJ&E: posted on 6-6-2006








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