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Why the Washington Elite Hates Snowden
Justin Raimondo on Hhacks and flacks on the attack
Let Allah Sort It Out
Pat Buchanan on what US Mideast policy should be
Is Edward Snowden a Hero?
John Cassidy on Snowden's attackers
 FBI Chief Demands Broader Spy Powers
Current Internet surveillance still doesn't satisfy officials
Obama to Crack Down Further on Leakers
Will punish anyone who suspects leaks but doesn't snitch
US: Iran Vote Proves Sanctions Working
Israel continues to slam elections, warn against diplomacy
 Bradley Manning's Greatest Hits
He broke many huge stories, says Greg Mitchell
Hassan Rouhani's Victory
The Ayatollah wants a nuke deal, says Muhammad Sahimi
US Intervenes Further in Syria
Humanitarianism? 'Heh,' says Eric Margolis
Unrelenting Iraq Violence Leaves 25 Dead, 85 Wounded
by Margaret Griffis, June 08, 2013
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At least 23 Iraqis were killed and 78 more were wounded​, mostly in Baghdad and Mosul. Two Iranians were also killed and seven more were wounded in eastern Iraq.
In Baghdad​, seven people were killed and 12 others were wounded in a bombing. A bomb killed four civilians and wounded 20 others when a bomb exploded in Amin. Another bombing killed one person and wounded nine others, also in Amin. 12 41
In Mosul, a policeman was killed and two more were wounded in a car bombing. A suicide bomber wounded 20 people at a base in east Mosul. Gunmen killed a man whose father is a candidate for the provincial council. In south Mosul, a bomber wounded 11 soldiers​.
Two Iranian pilgrims were killed and seven more were wounded in a blast in Diyala province.
A clash in Tikrit left a soldier and two gunmen dead. Another soldier was wounded​.
In Muqdadiya​, an explosives expert was killed during a failed attempt at defusing a bomb at a market; two civilians were wounded in the blast.
Three people were killed in separate attacks in Baquba​.
A policeman was killed in a bombing in Qayara.
A sticky bomb wounded a civilian in Falluja.
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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
Why the Washington Elite Hates Snowden
Justin Raimondo on Hhacks and flacks on the attack
Let Allah Sort It Out
Pat Buchanan on what US Mideast policy should be
Is Edward Snowden a Hero?
John Cassidy on Snowden's attackers
Breaking News
FBI Chief Demands Broader Spy Powers
Current Internet surveillance still doesn't satisfy officials
Obama to Crack Down Further on Leakers
Will punish anyone who suspects leaks but doesn't snitch
US: Iran Vote Proves Sanctions Working
Israel continues to slam elections, warn against diplomacy