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The Amash Rebellion
Justin Raimondo on the GOP and Pentagon's 'fiscal cliff'
Why We Torture
We must shine a light on the abuse, says Gareth Peirce
Doomsday for the Defense Department
Kelley Vlahos on the military's 'fiscal cliff'
 US Sending Missiles, Troops Near Syria
Officials: Turkey deployments aimed at 'defending' border
Israel Foreign Minister Lieberman Resigns
Still plans to run in January elections
Chuck Hagel: Interventionist? Anti-Israel?
A roundup by John Glaser
 Syria Chemical Weapons Hype
Peter Hart on what's behind it
Another Revolution in Egypt?
No, MB has broad support, says Adam Morrow
NDAA as Bad as Ever
Chris Anders on the Feinstein amendment
Security Personnel and Students Among 17 Killed in Iraq
Wednesday: 17 killed, 20 Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, December 12, 2012
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At least 17 Iraqis were killed and 20 more were wounded in the latest violence; however, one lucky man condemned to death received a stay of exection.
The Iraqi government postponed the execution of a Yemeni man who may have been 16-years-old when he was picked up on terrorism charges in Iraq. Although the government insists Saleh Moussa Ahmed al-Baidany was an adult at the time, his family has a birth certificate proving otherwise. Minors cannot be sentenced to death in Iraq.
A recently transferred inmate at a Baghdad prison managed to smuggle an explosives belt inside, where he wounded seven people, including himself, when he detonated it; three policemen were among the wounded.
Four policemen were killed in a shooting in Falluja. A bomb killed one civilian and wounded another​.
In Mosul, two off-duty policemen were shot dead. Gunmen stormed a bus where they killed a civilian; police arrived and killed one gunman​. A bomb wounded three people, including a civilian. Gunmen killed one university student and wounded another​.
In Abu Ghraib, two soldiers were killed and another was wounded in a blast. Another bombing left one policeman dead and two more wounded​. Four people were wounded​, including two off-duty soldiers when a roadside bomb blasted a civilian car.
Gunmen killed a police captain in Mahmoudiya​.
A sticky bomb killed two students and wounded a professor at Tikrit University.
A bomb killed an officer from the Dijla Operations Command while in Tuz Khormato​.
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Highlights
The Amash Rebellion
Justin Raimondo on the GOP and Pentagon's 'fiscal cliff'
Why We Torture
We must shine a light on the abuse, says Gareth Peirce
Doomsday for the Defense Department
Kelley Vlahos on the military's 'fiscal cliff'
Breaking News
US Sending Missiles, Troops Near Syria
Officials: Turkey deployments aimed at 'defending' border
Israel Foreign Minister Lieberman Resigns
Still plans to run in January elections
Chuck Hagel: Interventionist? Anti-Israel?
A roundup by John Glaser