Casualty Figures after 10 Years of the “War on Terror” – Body Count

NOBEL LAUREATES, 13 Apr 2015

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Nobel Peace Laureates, et al. – TRANSCEND Media Service

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«Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) and Physicians for Global Survival (PGS) are pleased to make this latest edition of the IPPNW Body Count publication available to our membership in the United States and Canada. We greatly appreciate the extraordinary work of members of the German affiliate of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), and their colleagues, in documenting the true human costs of the various U.S.-led military interventions and operations rationalized since September 11, 2001 in the name of the “War on Terror.” The desire of governments to hide the complete picture and costs of military interventions and wars is nothing new. »

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IPPNW – International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War www.ippnw.de

PSR – Physicians for Social Responsibility (US American affiliate), Washington DC www.psr.org

PGS – Physicians for Global Survival (Canadian affiliate), Ottawa www.pgs.ca

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