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UN: Over 400 Iraqi civilians killed in January – Middle East Monitor


UN: Over 400 Iraqi civilians killed in January – Middle East Monitor: According to information obtained by UNAMI from the Al-Anbar Health Directorate, the governorate has suffered a total of 143 civilian casualties, including 22 deaths and 121 injures.

On his part, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq (SRSG) Jan Kubis said: “Daesh terrorists have focused their bombing attacks on markets and residential neighbourhoods. They have cowardly targeted civilians – women, children and the elderly who were going about their business or shopping.”

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