No End in Sight Iraqi War. By: Olivia Zielaskowski. The lives lost, and wounded. Last updated: 10/27/10. Iraqi Casualties. Source Iraqi casualties Time period Iraq Family Health Survey 151,000 deaths March 2003 to June 2006
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By: Olivia Zielaskowski
Last updated: 10/27/10.
Source Iraqi casualties Time period
Iraq Family Health Survey 151,000 deaths March 2003 to June 2006
Lancet survey 654,965 excess deaths March 2003 to June 2006
Opinion Research 1,033,000 deaths March 2003 to Aug 2007
Associated Press 110,600 deaths March 2003 to April 2009
Iraq body count project 150,726 civilian deaths March 2003 to Oct 2010
An election was held in Iraq on March 7, 2010. The election decided the 325 members of the Council of Representatives of Iraq who elected the Prime minister and president. The election resulted in the Prime Minister being AyadAllawi, which won a total of 91 seats.
-Paul Bremer III, signed the second Coalition Provisional Authority order in Ma y 2003, changed the course of the war. This disbanded the entire Iraqi military, defied the Bush administrations view that 150,000 home grown troops would be necessary in occupying postwar Iraq.
The White House is downplaying published reports of an estimated $50 billion to $60 billion price for a war with Iraq, saying it is "impossible" to estimate the cost at this time.
- Spent and approved War spending about $900 billion of
US taxpayers funds spent or approved for spending
through September 2010.
taxpayers money and $549.7 million in spare parts
shipped in 2004 to US contractors. Also, 190,000 guns,
including 110,000 AK-47 rifles.
machine guns, rocket propelled grenades and other