This Week: In Memoriam

This Week with Christiane Amanpour
marks the passings of diplomat and presidential adviser Lawrence Eagleburger, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, actor James Arness, actress Clarice Taylor, Iranian soccer player Nasser Hejazi. In addition, the Pentagon has released the names of fourteen service members killed in Afghanistan.

US Army 1LT John M Runkle, 27, West Salem, OH
US Army SSG Edward D Mills Jr, 29, New Castle, PA
US Army SSG Ergin V Osman, 35, Jacksonville, NC
US Army SGT Thomas A Bohall, 25, Bel Aire, KS
US Army SGT Louie A Ramos Velazquez, 39, Camuy, PR
US Army SPC Adam J Patton, 21, Port Orchard, WA
US Army PFC John C Johnson, 28, Phoenix, AZ
US Army SPC Adam S Hamilton, 22, Kent, OH
US Marines LCpl Peter J Clore, 23, New Philadelphia, OH
US Army PFC Anthony M Nunn, 19, Burnet, TX
US Army CPT Joseph W Schultz, 36, Port Angeles, WA
US Army SSG Martin R Apolinar, 28, Glendale, AZ
US Army SGT Aaron J Blasjo, 25, Riverside, CA
US Army SPC Richard C Emmons III, 22, North Granby, CT

According to iCasualties, the total number allied service members killed in Iraq is 4,772; in Afghanistan, 2,511, of which, 156 are Canadian. During this same period, Iraq Body Count lists 72 Iraqi civilians killed. For the month of May, 356 Iraq civilians lost their lives.


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