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[casi] discrepancy in the papers - the dead are coming alive

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The Associated Press, 10th July


The Pentagon said Wednesday 1,044 American servicemen and women have been
wounded in action or injured since the war in Iraq began March 20. Of that
total, 382 have been wounded or injured since Bush declared major combat
over, according to the Pentagon's figures. Of the 212 U.S. troops who have
died in Iraq since the war began, 74 died after May 1, not including
Thursday's toll.'

Note, though, that the press recently has been saying that 36 Americans have
been killed after May 1st!


"I think all foreigners should stop interfering in the internal affairs of

- U.S. Deputy 'Defense' Secretary Paul Wolfowitz,  as quoted by Reuters on
Monday July 21

We who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes.

- Ella Baker


Raņia Masri

Director, Southern Peace Research and Education Center

Institute for Southern Studies <>

Tel: (919) 419.8311. x27

Fax: (919) 419.8315

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Durham, North Carolina  27707

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