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16 Dec 2012 - 29 Sep 2020
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The Russians Warned Us About Tsarnaev
Justin Raimondo on why we didn't listen
Dial Down Gov't Response to 'Terrorism'
The public frenzy is unwarranted, says Ivan Eland
Filling the Empty Battlefield
Tom Engelhardt on Jeremy Scahill, Blowback Reporter
 Iraq Sunni Rage After Bloody Crackdown
Sunnis resign from cabinet after killings
Drone War 'Terrorizes' Yemenis
Law professor calls targeted killing program 'Orwellian'
US Doubts Israel on Syria Chemical Arms
Kerry pushes for more rebel aid anyhow
 I Was Kidnapped by Al Qaeda
David Enders on reporting in Syria
Korea Mess Blows Over
John Feffer on what we've learned
We're All Davidians Now
Anthony Gregory on America and the massacre
Twelve Killed Across Iraq
Thursday: 12 Killed, 14 Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, December 13, 2012
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The latest attacks left 12 killed and 14 wounded​.
In Baghdad​, a bomb killed four people and wounded eight others. Two policemen were killed and four more were wounde​d in a machine-gun attack. A bomb injured a taxi driver.
A blast near an observation post in Falluja left two soldiers dead and a policeman wounded​. Gunmen killed two policemen​.
A Dijla Operations brigade commander was killed in Kirkuk. It is the second day in a row a commander from this controversial post has been targeted.
Gunmen killed a commander in the Baaj police force.
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Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has been covering Iraqi casualties for Antiwar.com since 2006.
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Highlights
The Russians Warned Us About Tsarnaev
Justin Raimondo on why we didn't listen
Dial Down Gov't Response to 'Terrorism'
The public frenzy is unwarranted, says Ivan Eland
Filling the Empty Battlefield
Tom Engelhardt on Jeremy Scahill, Blowback Reporter
Breaking News
Iraq Sunni Rage After Bloody Crackdown
Sunnis resign from cabinet after killings
Drone War 'Terrorizes' Yemenis
Law professor calls targeted killing program 'Orwellian'
US Doubts Israel on Syria Chemical Arms
Kerry pushes for more rebel aid anyhow