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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# casualties

This year
100,000 Russian soldiers dead or wounded in 5 months in Ukraine, White House estimates
The toll from fighting accounts for losses since the start of December, according to the US figures.
All time
Death toll from Haiti earthquake passes 2,000
The quake also damaged or destroyed tens of thousands of buildings in the Caribbean nation.
'There is genuine concern that we’re not as strong' - Key losses in Clare squad heading into championship
John Conlon and Colm Galvin are among the main absentees for the hurlers.
Solskjaer calls life at Man United 'survival of the fittest' amidst mounting injury crisis
The Norwegian could be without 10 players in total for Wednesday’s trip to Crystal Palace.
Two dead, at least 17 wounded in Florida nightclub shooting
The incident is happened at 1am local time at Club Blu nightclub.
At least 13 dead, hundreds injured as massive explosion rocks Chinese city
One hospital worker told the Beijing News that there were “too many new patients to count”.
Suicide bomber dressed in police uniform detonated himself outside police academy
Over 50 people have been killed in the attacks.
Two men killed in small aircraft crash in Wexford
The incident was reported by a hillwalker just before 3pm today.
Survivors of symphysiotomy call for scheme's expiry date to be lifted
Women have 20 days to sign up the redress scheme.
Israel has lost more soldiers during this Palestinian conflict than in the last ten years
For the first time in years, the deaths of Israeli soldiers outweighs the death of civilians.
Hamas agrees to 24-hour humanitarian truce
This followed a statement by Israel that it would resume its raids on Gaza.
Two people airlifted from Croagh Patrick as thousands make pilgrimage
Up to 30,000 people are estimated to be making the trek to the top.
Syria hands over detailed plan to destroy chemical weapons on time
Damascus was required to submit the destruction plan under a US-Russian deal agreed last month.
Column: The victims of the Troubles were not 'collateral damage' and they deserve justice
The introduction of a bill that would ban people convicted of serious offences from being appointed as a special advisor to a minister in Northern Ireland has raised more serious questions: who are the victims of the Troubles – and have we forgotten them?
1 dead, 49 injured as 'toxic chemical' train derails in Belgium
The freight train was carrying highly toxic chemicals when it derailed and exploded.
10 years on, Iraq War said to have cost at least 112,000 civilian lives
Including combatants on all sides and as-yet undocumented civilian fatalities that figure could be as high as 174,000, according to the Iraq Body Count organisation.
18 injured in toxic gas leak in Co Down
The Fire and Rescue Service said a toxic substance became unstable on board a vessel at the harbour. A 50 meter cordon has been put in place in the area.
Qatar launches investigation into fatal mall fire
Thirteen children and six adults, including two firefighters, were killed in yesterday’s blaze.
One dead and dozens injured as heavy winds tear through beer tent in St Louis
‘All hell broke loose’ as heavy gusts and lightning strikes led to multiple injuries for sports bar patrons in Missouri.
More injury woe for Dubs as two more ruled out
Anthony Daly has penciled Liam Rushe and Peter Kelly onto the end of a long injury list.
Gaza militants offer ceasefire as attacks continue
Ten people have died this weekend in some of the worse violence in the area in months.
Taliban forces who downed US helicopter 'killed by air strikes'
The US military says the insurgents who killed 38 US and Afghani troops have themselves been killed by F16 fighter jets.
Killed US troops 'were from unit which took out Osama bin Laden'
Members of the now-famous Seal Team 6 were among 38 people killed when insurgents shot down a helicopter in Afghanistan yesterday.
Libya claims NATO has killed more civilians
Libyan state media says a NATO airstrike has killed 15 people after hitting a restaurant and a bakery.
Civilians killed in NATO airstrike, says Libyan government
NATO has described Libyan government figures as “pure propaganda”, but admits to mistakenly striking rebels on Thursday.
More than 65 killed after earthquake strikes Burma
Around 111 people reported to be injured in quake, which caused buildings – including monasteries – to collapse.