Daily Archives: October 22, 2012

Syria’s Bloodiest Day: Interview with the Every Casualty Programme (ORG)


Syria’s Bloodiest Day: Interview with the Every Casualty Programme Every Casualty Programme 1 October 2012 (Oxford Research Group, ORG,  http://www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/publications/articles_multimedia/syrias_bloodiest_day_interview_every_casualty_programme)  Map of Syrian Casualties. Source: Syria TrackerHeadlines from the Syrian conflict claimed that last Wednesday, 26 September 2012, was Syria’s bloodiest day … Continue reading

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Largest Ever Study of Casualty Recording Practice Announces Findings, by Vera Evertz (ORG)


Largest Ever Study of Casualty Recording Practice Announces Findings Vera Evertz 22 October 2012 (Oxford Research Group, http://www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/publications/articles_multimedia/largest_ever_study_casualty_recording_practice_announces_findings) The ‘Wall of Names’ at the Kigali Memorial Centre, Rwanda, remembering Rwandan genocide victims. Source: Igor Roginek (2012) “Everyone knows that in … Continue reading

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