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Derrick Z. Jackson

Soldiers die, CEOs prosper

By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / August 30, 2006

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MORE THAN 2,600 US soldiers have died in Iraq. July's toll for Iraqi civilians was 3,500, the deadliest month of the US occupation. Iraq's civil war is on pace to kill 25,000 to 30,000 civilians by year's end. If you add in the tens of thousands of deaths from the 2003 invasion (we do not know the exact number because ... (Full article: 771 words)

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