Casualties in civilians and coalition soldiers from suicide bombings in Iraq, 2003–10: a descriptive study

@article{Hicks2011CasualtiesIC,
  title={Casualties in civilians and coalition soldiers from suicide bombings in Iraq, 2003–10: a descriptive study},
  author={M. H. Hicks and H. Dardagan and P. Bagnall and M. Spagat and J. Sloboda},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2011},
  volume={378},
  pages={906-914}
}
  • M. H. Hicks, H. Dardagan, +2 authors J. Sloboda
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • The Lancet
  • BACKGROUND Suicide bombs in Iraq are a major public health problem. We aimed to describe documented casualties from suicide bombs in Iraq during 2003-10 in Iraqi civilians and coalition soldiers. METHODS In this descriptive study, we analysed and compared suicide bomb casualties in Iraq that were documented in two datasets covering March 20, 2003, to Dec 31, 2010--one reporting coalition-soldier deaths from suicide bombs, the other reporting deaths and injuries of Iraqi civilians from armed… CONTINUE READING
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