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Tuesday, September 28, 2004
Violence in Iraq: For those of you who are visual learners, this site has some graphics showing where the dangerous parts of Iraq are. Contentions made by President Bush, Defense Secretary Rumsfeld and Iraqi PM Ayad Allawi that elections could be held in most of the Iraqi provinces tomorrow are backed up by the graphic.

Don't expect the major media to make a big point of it.

12:41 AM

Comments:
Well, the map is encouraging but until you have this with Iraqi fatalities on it your interpretation is questionable. After all, one can avoid troop casualties in a province just by not putting troops there!

Chuck
 
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