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“More than 83 percent of the city’s 300,000 residents fled. All who remained – about 50,000 – were treated as enemy combatants.There was no running water or electricity, the hospitals were closed, anyone who ventured out into the open was shot at. Corpses rotted in the streets and were eaten by now-stray dogs. Tens of thousands died. The vast majority of those deaths were women or children.”

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WHO? I did. It’s a rewrite of an overview of the assaults on Fallujah in April and November 2004, from a list of Project Censored “10 biggest stories the mainstream media ignored over the past year.”

posted at 10:04 am
on Sep. 7, 2005

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