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Carla del Ponte's Faux Pas
Never tell the truth in a 'crisis,' says Justin Raimondo
Decentralization in War-Torn Countries
Ivan Eland on what can mitigate civil wars
The Perils of Intervention in Syria
Doug Bandow on the US policing the world
 Senators Discuss Revising 'Use of Force'
Congress looks to expand the expansive war statute
Obama May Back FBI Internet Surveillance
Would require Internet firms to allow wiretaps at all times
Syria Rebel Fighters Badly Fragmented
Leader has little influence over rebel fighters
 
Iranian Pilgrims Among 14 Killed in Iraq
Friday: 14 Killed, 24 Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, December 14, 2012
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At least 14 people were killed, three of them Iranian, in new attacks. Another 24 were wounded​.
Three Iranian pilgrims were killed and at least 19 more were wounded in a bombing attack against their bus near Samarra​. A policeman was wounded in a shooting. A separate R.P.G. attack at a checkpoint left no reported casualties​.
In Mosul, a body was discovered. Gunmen killed a policeman​. A soldier was killed in a blast.
In Falluja, three soldiers were killed and two more were wounded when gunmen attacked their convoy. A car bomb was dismantled​.
Gunmen killed two policemen at a Nuaimiya checkpoint.
One policeman was killed and another was wounded in a roadside blast in Aanah.
A car bomb in Qaim killed the car’s driver.
A suicide bomber killed only himself in Rutbah.
In Jbela, gunmen wounded a man.
No casualties were reported after a bombing in Saqlawiya​.
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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
Carla del Ponte's Faux Pas
Never tell the truth in a 'crisis,' says Justin Raimondo
Decentralization in War-Torn Countries
Ivan Eland on what can mitigate civil wars
The Perils of Intervention in Syria
Doug Bandow on the US policing the world
Breaking News
Senators Discuss Revising 'Use of Force'
Congress looks to expand the expansive war statute
Obama May Back FBI Internet Surveillance
Would require Internet firms to allow wiretaps at all times
Syria Rebel Fighters Badly Fragmented
Leader has little influence over rebel fighters