Meanwhile, health experts say the US is spending 120 times more on its military campaign than it has committed to humanitarian aid and food supplies for Iraq. An estimated 50,000 to 250,000 people are expected to die in the first three months after the end of hostilities in Iraq, according to the International Health Advocacy Group at University College London.
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Oil for Nothing:US Holds On Humanitarian SuppliesIraq: 1997-2001
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