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The Facts of Iraq War

The Iraq War began when American- and British-led coalition forces invaded the country in March 2003 and officially ended in December 2011. Waged on false grounds, it was immensely costly in both lives—nearly 4,500 U.S. service personnel and at least 100,000 Iraqi civilians were killed—and treasure, with total U.S. costs estimated at upwards of $3 trillion. Ten years after the war’s start, we look back at some of its causes and events
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