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Raping the World
Justin Raimondo on sexual assault in the military
Benghazi: Who Cares?
It's really about derailing Hillary, says Ivan Eland
No Intervention in Syria
Sheldon Richman on why the US should stay out
 
US: More Rebel Help Unless Syria Talks
But it's the rebels who have refused to negotiate
AP Snooping Part of Demand for Secrecy
Obama's witch hunt expands on journalists
US Denies Afghan Air Strike Deaths
Insists NATO not involved in already confirmed strikes
 
Seventeen Iraqis Killed in Widespread Attacks
Tuesday: 17 Killed, 6 Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, May 07, 2013
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In Mosul, a sticky bomb planed on a provincial councilor’s car killed her driver. A policeman was gunned down. A roadside bomb wounded two policemen​. Security forces killed two gunmen​. A roadside bomb killed a man and wounded a woman.
Gunmen attacked a Tikrit checkpoint, where they killed four policemen and wounded a colonel.
In Baghdad​, two people were shot and killed at a car repair shop in the Bayaa district.
Gunmen in Falluja killed a policeman​.
Gunmen killed a politician and a policeman traveling with him near Khalis.
A Sahwa member was killed and a woman was wounded in a shooting at a home near Baquba​.
A soldier was killed and another was wounded in Amara when gunmen attacked them at a garage.
In Adhaim​, a body belonging to security member was discovered.
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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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Raping the World
Justin Raimondo on sexual assault in the military
Benghazi: Who Cares?
It's really about derailing Hillary, says Ivan Eland
No Intervention in Syria
Sheldon Richman on why the US should stay out
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US: More Rebel Help Unless Syria Talks
But it's the rebels who have refused to negotiate
AP Snooping Part of Demand for Secrecy
Obama's witch hunt expands on journalists
US Denies Afghan Air Strike Deaths
Insists NATO not involved in already confirmed strikes