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Body count 11.3.04 

The totals:

1,118 American soldiers, 142 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 14,219 to 16,352 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq (a recent survey published by Lancet medical journal estimates as many as 100,000 Iraqi civilians killed) from the beginning of the war and occupation to November 2.

American soldiers killed from Oct 26-Nov 2:

Sergeant Dennis J. Boles, 46; Homosassa, Florida | Lance Corporal Richard P. Slocum, 19; Saugus, California | Corporal Brian Oliveira, 22; Raynham, Massachusetts | Staff Sergeant Jerome Lemon, 42; North Charleston, South Carolina | Sergeant Michael Battles, Sr., 38; San Antonio, Texas | Private First Class Stephen P. Downing, II, 30; Burkesville, Kentucky | Specialist Segun Frederick Akintade, 34; Brooklyn, New York | Lance Corporal Jeremy D. Bow, 20; Lemoore, California | Lance Corporal John T. Byrd, II, 23; Fairview, West Virginia | Sergeant Kelley L. Courtney, 28; Macon, Georgia | Sergeant Maurice Keith Fortune, 25; Forestville, Maryland | Lance Corporal Travis A. Fox, 25; Cowpens, South Carolina | Corporal Christopher J. Lapka, 22; Peoria, Arizona | First Lieutenant Matthew D. Lynch, 25; Jericho, New York | Private First Class Andrew G. Riedel, 19; Northglenn, Colorado | Lance Corporal Michael P. Scarborough, 28; Washington, Georgia.

Sources: US Department of Defense, www.icasualties.org, The New York Times, www.iraqbodycount.net

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