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I know that thousands up to a millions (depending on source) of people have died due to the conflict, but how much damage to infrastructure has been caused? I read somewhere that it was $1 trillion but it did not list what kind of buildings were damaged (hospitals, electricity, school etc...).

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closed as off-topic by Mark C. Wallace, Semaphore, two sheds, Lohoris, Steven Drennon Mar 10 at 15:37

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While we don't have a hard line distinction between current events and history, I'd argue that historical methods are of little value if the primary source documents are still being generated. –  Mark C. Wallace Mar 10 at 12:31
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Which invasion? –  Lohoris Mar 10 at 13:22

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