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The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have left hundreds of thousands of people dead, and billions of dollars spent on reconstruction, according to a new study by the Irish Times.

The study, commissioned by the National Institute for Health Research (NIH), said the cost of the two conflicts exceeded $100 billion, and that by the time they ended in the mid-2020s, there were likely to have been hundreds of millions of dollars in lost tax revenue and other economic damage.

The research has been commissioned by The Irish Daily Times.

It comes after a number of media outlets reported on the impact of the conflict in the region on Ireland’s economy.

In the past year, The Irish newspaper has been reporting extensively on the economic impact of conflict, including on the health of local communities and on the state of the economy.

This year, it published a series of stories about how the conflict has affected people’s lives in the South.

The series included the story of a former garda who had to leave his job in a small rural town because he was forced to flee with his family because of the war.

In another case, a local businessman said that after the conflict he was not able to open a business because the war had affected his business.

The conflict in South Ossetia is also causing problems for the local community.

The Georgian government said that in a report published last year, that the economic and social impact of conflicts had reached a level which made it “inevitable that some communities may become extinct”.

The report also found that the number of people killed by the conflict is rising as the war continues.

There is a large gap between what is happening now and what the experts expect will happen when the two wars are over.

The report found that there are several factors which have contributed to this change in the country’s economy, including the effects of the economic crisis, the increased presence of Russian troops, increased economic dependence on Russia, and the increase in foreign military activity.

It also found a link between the number and the rate of civilian casualties in the conflict.

However, the report noted that there is a strong correlation between economic and civilian casualties, and it is difficult to find any evidence of a causal relationship between the two.

The impact of war on the economy of South Ossets is not just on the people living in South Georgia.

In recent years, South Ossotans have become increasingly dependent on Russian aid.

South Ossots’ economy depends on imports from Russia.

The war in South Africa has left the country without a functioning central bank and the economy is struggling.

However the report said that although the economic damage from the war is not yet complete, the damage is irreversible and that economic losses are likely to rise significantly in the coming years.

The article was first published on The Irish Independent on September 17, 2018.