US bombs kill Iraqi women

This video is called COLLATERAL DAMAGE! America’s War Against Iraqi Civilians.

From the BBC:

US air raid kills Iraq civilians

The US military says seven people, including three women civilians, have been killed in an air strike in Iraq. …

Reports quote Iraqi officials and neighbours saying that the family whose members were killed in the air strike had no connection to the insurgency.

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