US wars in Mideast have killed 4.5 million people

A new report has revealed that the wars initiated by the United States in the Middle East and North Africa following the September 11 attacks have directly or indirectly killed at least 4.5 million people and displaced millions of others.

According to the research report from the Costs of War project at Brown University Watson Institute, nearly one million people were directly killed as a result of conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria, Yemen, Libya and Somalia.


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