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Casualties get scant attention in wartime news, with little change since World War I

The human costs of America's wars have received scant attention in daily war reporting -- through five major conflicts going back a century -- says a first-of-its-kind study of New York Times war coverage. Casualties get little mention no matter the number of dead and wounded, the degree of censorship, or other factors.
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