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Sanctions on Iraq The sanctions that have been placed on Iraq by the United States 10 years ago are now being the cause of the death of thousands of children because of inadequate medicine food and water The united states have been asked by the united nations and many other countries to remove these sanctions over the Iraqi people so they can go back to living their normal healthy lives and the states has repeatedly refused this move The whole reason for these sanctions is when Saddam Hussein borrowed money from Kuwait in order to be able to stay powerful on top of his war with Iran He backed up his military with this money and it helped a great deal in the defeat over Iran The years went by and Kuwait started asking for the money to be paid back Iraq refused to pay the money and said that they did not have enough funds to pay of the dept at the moment Everyone was aware of Iraqs chemical and biological researches that were costing Iraq a lot more than it would if they would intend to pay Kuwait When things got out of hand and Kuwait demanded that the money be paid back Saddam Hussein flexed his muscles and military and decided to show Kuwait that if he did not plan to pay then nothing can make him pay he was willing to go in to war with Kuwait this is when international powers got in to play with the game The United States England and Russia took very high offensive against Iraq and decided that they would escalate things in to a near world war They bombed Iraqs power plants bridges water filters and many other necessities that people cannot live without As a result people were living with no power in their houses and still do till today they have no refrigerators for their food no heating systems for
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