Monday, May 07, 2007

It just never stops:

Do you keep track of the military casualties over in Iraq?

After a bloody April (117 total, US+UK) the month of May already has 28, for an average of 4 per day. So far this year there have been a total of 397 deaths, at a rate of slightly over 3 per day. There has been lots of talk about if the surge will work to reduce sectarian violence and allow the Iraqui government to function. But not so much about the continuing costs in lives (and money) that are being incurred daily.


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