Casualty Count

Saturday, November 03, 2001

Continued support for the US war in Afghanistan depends on the ability of the American military to limit “collateral damage” - the death of civilians. But finding an accurate tally of casualties is nearly impossible. Brooke investigates the problems accounting for the dead in Afghanistan

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