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Bloodbath in Iraq Continues Unabated

Posted by feww on February 3, 2014

More than 1,000  people were killed in Iraq in January 2014

On average, 35 people have been killed in Iraq each day, so far this year.

According to the United Nation’s Assistance (!) Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), a total of733 people were killed nationwide in terrorist and violent acts during the month of January. The UNAMI death figure includes 618 civilians and 115 members of the security forces.  Additionally, 1,229 others were wounded.

According to Iraq Body Count, the number of civilians killed in the January bloodbath were 1,076.

Some 8,868 Iraqis, including 7,818 civilians and civilian police personnel, were killed in 2013, according to UNAMI.

Iraq Body Count puts the number of civilians killed in violent acts at 9,475 for 2013.

iraq violent death toll - unami
All figures remain estimates until full investigation and analysis has been carried out. Source: UNAMI/ UN Iraq.

If the death toll for November 2012 remains an estimate more than 14 months later…

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