Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan

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2008 marked the deadliest year in civilian casualties since the Taliban’s ouster and civilians have paid a particularly high price. CIVIC is releasing a new report on Afghan civilian casualties, programs now under way to help civilian war victims, and the challenges these programs face. The report also offers insights on how such efforts can be improved.


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2 thoughts on “Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan

  1. It is sad that this war has been so badly reported. No one has any idea of how many civilians have been killed in the past 8 years. In Iraq, most people know over a million people have died since 2003, with over 2 million refugees But with Afghanistan, no one has any idea.

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