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The death toll was put at 109,000, including more than 15,000 deaths that were previously unrecorded. * Two Iraqis complained of being abused by British troops in June 2008 but no formal investigation was carried out. * Hundreds of civilians, including women and children, were killed at US military checkpoints after the invasion in 2003. * British soldiers repeatedly came under attack from US forces in a series of 'friendly fire' incidents. * Iran supplied chemical weapons to Iraqi militias for attacks against civilians and US targets. Christian woman sentenced to death in Pakistan 'for blasphemy' The court heard she had been working as a farmhand in fields with other women, when she was asked to fetch drinking water.
Some of the other women – all Muslims – refused to drink the water as it had been brought by a Christian and was therefore "unclean", according to Mrs Bibi's evidence, sparking a row. The incident was forgotten until a few days later when Mrs Bibi said she was set upon by a mob. The police were called and took her to a police station for her own safety. Shahzad Kamran, of the Sharing Life Ministry Pakistan, said: "The police were under pressure from this Muslim mob, including clerics, asking for Asia to be killed because she had spoken ill of the Prophet Mohammed. "So after the police saved her life they then registered a blasphemy case against her.
" "The trial was clear," he said. Human rights groups believe the law is often used to discriminate against religious minorities, such as the country's estimated three million Christians. "It's an obscene law," he said.