I once read that, in terms of news coverage, 1 dead American is the equivalent, on average, to 600 dead non-Americans. The statistics vary based on the nationality of the non-American (e.g. 1 dead American is worth >600 dead Rwandans, but 1 dead American is worth <600 dead Britons). But canonical number on average is 1 for 600. Yes, obviously, it's inflammatory, etc. I do not endorse it in any way. All I'm looking for is to what the source of this statement is. Google has, so far, failed me. Can anyone help?