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    230,000 civilian casualties and 171 billion dollars in direct income losses to Iraq

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    230,000 civilian casualties and 171 billion dollars in direct income losses to Iraq Empty 230,000 civilian casualties and 171 billion dollars in direct income losses to Iraq

    Post by Rocky Thu 28 Dec 2017, 2:45 am

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    230,000 civilian casualties and 171 billion dollars in direct income losses to Iraq
    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Local and European organizations, the result of an invasion of Iraq in June 2014, have killed some 230,000 civilians and wounded more than 20,000.
    The report said some 60,000 people were detained and abducted by the terrorist organization, as well as 4.5 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) and about 300,000 displaced people outside Iraq in Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and various European countries.
    As for the violations, the report recorded violations against the Iraqis by "Dahesh". The most prominent of these were the captivity of thousands of Yazidat women, treating them as "Jawari" and selling them by "calling" the "slave market" and appropriating Christian property in northern Iraq.
    It also recorded the destruction of 200 districts, cities, towns and villages, and more than 6,000 villages and small fortifications in northern, western and central Iraq due to military operations, battles, aerial bombardments and artillery in the battles that followed the occupation of "Da'sh". The terrorist "Da'ash" operations also resulted in more than 100 financial losses Billion dollars, and Iraq spent $ 71 billion on the war during the entire war years.


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