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    NATO killing of civilians doubled

    Press TV April 17, 2010 NATO statistics show that Afghan civilians killed by foreign forces have more than doubled this year compared to the same period a year ago. According to the figures released by the International Security Assistance Forces, NATO troops killed 72 Afghan civilians in...
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    USA Killing Civilians

    Saudi warplanes rain '1,011 missiles' on Yemen Sat, 19 Dec 2009 18:28:57 GMT Houthi fighters say Saudi warplanes have fired some 1,011 missiles on the borderline with Yemen where the Shia population is already under heavy state-led and US-aided bombardment. . . . The US special forces have...
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    35,000 Congolese civilians displaced by fighting in South Kivu province

    35,000 Congolese civilians displaced by fighting in South Kivu province July 24th, 2009 in Breaking News, Displaced Civilians Reuters AlertNet – At least 35,000 Congolese civilians displaced by fighting in South Kivu province. GOMA, Democratic Republic of the Congo, July 24 (UNHCR) – An...
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    Sri Lanka: 1,000 civilians die in govt raid?

    April 21st, 2009 in Breaking News Sri Lanka: 1,000 civilians die in govt raid? Sri Lanka rebels: 1,000 civilians die in govt raid. COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka’s Tamil rebels said Tuesday that 1,000 civilians died in a government raid on their territory that the military says freed...
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    Reuters releases news and then says they are not responsible for content

    February 15th, 2009 in Breaking News Reuters releases news and then says they are not responsible for content Reuters AlertNet - In Brief: Aid groups unable to reach 100,000 in South Darfur. Source: IRIN Reuters and AlertNet are not responsible for the content of this article or for any...
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    Sri Lanka: 50,000 soldiers killing civilians?

    Sri Lanka: 50,000 soldiers killing civilians? Reuters AlertNet - Sri Lankan rebel leader missing, thousands flee war. COLOMBO, Feb 7 (Reuters) - The stream of civilians fleeing Sri Lanka’s war zone picked up speed and air force jets killed 11 guerrillas in a strike that left the leader of the...
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