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The Lobby Never Sleeps
Is it good for Israel?, asks Philip Giraldi
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Daniel Ellsberg on Edward Snowden
The Sky Darkens for American Journalism
Chase Madar: It's future being decided in military court
 Narrow Defeat for Amash Bid to Curb NSA
White House loudly condemned amendment
Snowden Still Stuck in Moscow Airport
Still waiting for documents allowing him to leave
Syrian War Fuels Concern of 'Cleansing'
Assad approached Israel on 'Alawite state' prospects
 
Five Killed in Fresh Iraq Attacks
by Margaret Griffis, July 18, 2013
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At least five Iraqis were killed and seven more were wounded​. An unknown number of people were wounded at a mosque south of Baghdad as well.
A bomb at a Muqdadiya market killed two people and wounded two more when it exploded. A separate bomb wounded a civilian near his home.
In Mosul, gunmen killed an oil ministry employee and wounded his brother. An I.E.D. killed a soldier and wounded another​.
Gunmen killed a civilian in Abu Saida.
A policeman was wounded during a small arms attack in Rawa.
Several people were wounded when two sound bombs were detonated at a mosque in Mahmoudiya​.
A car bomb targeting a Peshmerga commander wounded a policeman in Kirkuk.
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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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The Lobby Never Sleeps
Is it good for Israel?, asks Philip Giraldi
My 21st Century Counterpart
Daniel Ellsberg on Edward Snowden
The Sky Darkens for American Journalism
Chase Madar: It's future being decided in military court
Breaking News
Narrow Defeat for Amash Bid to Curb NSA
White House loudly condemned amendment
Snowden Still Stuck in Moscow Airport
Still waiting for documents allowing him to leave
Syrian War Fuels Concern of 'Cleansing'
Assad approached Israel on 'Alawite state' prospects