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Internal UN documents on the humanitarian impact of war on Iraq
Released by CASI on 6 March 2003:
United Nations Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC),
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs,
United Nations Executive Committee for Peace and Security,
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),
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Released by CASI on 7 January 2003:
"Likely humanitarian scenarios", confidential draft UN document (10 December 2002)
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