report by IPPNW dated 2015/03/15
|Casualty figures for the 'War on Terror' after 10 years
Subjects: 2001 Invasion of Afghanistan
, 2003 Iraq War
, War on Terror Source: Physicians for Social Responsibility
A 97-page report by the Nobel Peace Prize-winning doctors’ group Physicians for Social Responsibility. It is the first to tally up the total number of civilian casualties from US-led counter-terrorism interventions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The PSR report is authored by an interdisciplinary team of leading public health experts, including Dr. Robert Gould, director of health professional outreach and education at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center, and Professor Tim Takaro of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University.
Yet it has been almost completely blacked out by the English-language commercially-controlled media
, despite being the first effort by a world-leading public health organisation to produce a scientifically robust calculation of the number of people killed by the US-UK-led “War on Terror
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