Los números de la guerra

The Independent ha publicado los números de la guerra de Iraq (tras 1000 días), “[“The war in numbers: From WMD to the victims”:http://news.independent.co.uk/world/middle_east/article332814.ece].

$204.4billion The cost to the US of the war so far. The UK’s bill up until March 2005 was £3.1 billion
2,339 Allied troops killed
98 UK troops killed
30,000 Estimated Iraqi civilian deaths
0 Number of WMDs(*) found
8 per cent of Iraqi children suffering acute malnutrition
$35,819m World Bank estimated cost of reconstruction
53,470 Iraqi insurgents killed
67 per cent Iraqis who feel less secure because of occupation
$343 Average monthly salary for an Iraqi soldier. Average monthly salary for an American soldier in Iraq: $4,160.75
66 journalists killed in Iraq. Journalists killed during Vietnam war: 63
5 foreign civilians kidnapped per month
47 per cent Iraqis who never have enough electricity
20 casualties per month from unexploded mines
20 per cent Inflation rate 2005
25-40 per cent Estimated unemployment rate, Nov 2005
251 Foreigners kidnapped
70 per cent of Iraqi’s whose sewage system rarely works
183,000 British and American troops are still in action in Iraq. There are 162,000 US troops and 8,000 British with 13,000 from other nations
90 Daily attacks by insurgents in Nov ’05. In Jun ’03: 8
82 per centIraqis who are “strongly opposed” to presence of coalition troops
15,955 US troops wounded in action

==(*)== Weapons of Mass Destruction (Armas de destrucción masiva)

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  1. curro says:

    Joder, lo podrian haber traducido, y asi lo podriamos leer los que trabajabamos, para comer, mientra otros, iban a la universidad

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