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well over 9000, the power level of Iraq grows many a day, the US is sending in a squad called V.E.G.E.T.A soon to help.
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Answer 1 Various estimates ranging from 150,000 to over 1.2 million have been produced for direct and indirect casualties as a result of conflict in Iraq based on varying per…iods of time from 2003 up to 2006-2010. Documents exposed by Wikileaks put official field counts at nearer the 109,000 mark, with roughly two thirds of those being civilian. Further estimates bump that figure up to around 150,000, with 80% being civilian. Answer 2 There is dispute about the number of people who have died in Iraq. One of the main sources used by the media is Iraq Body Count, whose website is IraqBodyCount.net. They had a number of deaths from March 2003 to January 2009 of around 90,000. However they rely almost entirely on deaths reported in the media, and they themselves admit that their figures are likely to be a great underestimate. There have been a couple of serious studies. They came to the following figures: 655,000 as of June 2006 according to a Lancet study 151,000 as of June 2006 according to a New England Journal of Medicine study The Lancet and The New England Journal of medicine are two of the most respected medical journals in the world. It is important to realise that all studies of this kind have a large margin of error. The Lancet study stated they had a 95% confidence that the figure was in the range 392,979 to 942,636. The New England Journal of Medicine has 95% confidence it is in the range 104,000 to 223,000. Thus there is dispute amongst serious epidemiologists. Both studies consider only the first 1198 days (up until the end of June 2006), whereas as I write this it is mid January 2009, 2136 days since the start of the conflict. The Lancet study gives an average number of deaths of 546.7 per day, and the NEJM study gives an average 126 deaths per day. If we assume that the number of deaths continues at the rate that the two studies have given, then the NEJM suggests that around 269,000 (over a quarter of a million) have died as of 1st Jan 2008, and the Lancet study suggests that around 1.1 million have died as of this date. Clearly there is a wide range of figures. However, there have been many politically motivated criticisms, aiming to reduce the magnitude or severity of the casualties. The fact remains that the best is to rely on serious scientific evidence, and to cite your sources. Number of deaths Number of deaths On 30th June 2006 On January 1 2008 Number of deaths Per day Lancet Study 655,000 546.74 955,710 New England Journal of Medicine Study 151,000 126.04 220,324 For more information, see the Related Links listed below. Answer 3 4,257 Americans have died. 30,182 have been wounded.
Approximately 1,000,000 Iranians died and between 250,000 and 500,000 Iraqis died, depending on differing estimates.
The Iraq genocide results of death was over 200,000- 227,000 and over 300,000 injured Just around 1,000,000 people were affected physically. 50,000 girls under the age of …15 were raped and killed
As of 2011 with both wars combined it is estimated that 945,000 people have been killed and 1,750,000 people have been injured.
well, 2010 has only just started, so there would be quite a few, butit's very hard to tell.
2 have died during the Olympics
Hovering around 5,000.
13 deaths from infected heroin in the past year. Heroin was being contaminated with anthrax. Anthrax-related heroin deaths are extremely rare, and in the past were unheard of …in the UK. There has been only one known previous outbreak among heroin users, and that took place in Norway in 2000.
how many people died in united states in 2010
No one died from alcohol in 2010. However, an unknown number died from the effects of abusing alcohol themselves or by others.
Deaths because of an attack by moose are rare but they happen. Moose live in large parts of North America and in Northern Europe and injuries are common, largely because moose… are numerous. Although they are not naturally aggressive, their size makes them dangerous. Figures for deaths worldwide aren't available and fortunately, any quoted numbers are very low.