The “Costs of War Project” wrote in a report that nearly 4.5 million people were killed in war zones after the September 11 attacks.
This project, which consists of Brown University professors, legal experts, social researchers and human rights activists, have worked on this issue. This study looks at the war zones in 5 Middle Eastern countries, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria and Yemen.
According to the “War Costs Project”, these areas have suffered the most damage after the September 11 attack. The “Costs of War Project” considers the reasons for all these deaths to be caused by the destruction of health infrastructure, the destruction of economic foundations, the lack of provision of public services, and the destruction of the environment.
This research institute has added that among all of these countries, the death rate in Afghanistan has the highest death rate.