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14 Dec 2013 - 13 Mar 2017
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Who Was Robert Levinson Working For?
J. Raimondo on a spy story with all the bells and whistles
America's Child Soldiers
Ann Jones on JROTC and the Militarizing of America
West's Policy on Syria Has Been Sunk
And nobody noticed, says Patrick Cockburn
 Iran FM: Talks Continue Despite Sanctions
Process 'derailed but not dead'
Yemen Parliament Bans Drone Strikes
Pays $150,000 to victims of recent US strike
Israeli Ministers OK NGO Crackdown Bill
Attorney General notes its unconstitutional
 Make Peace With Iran
Amb. Peter Jenkins on lifting the sanctions
Day of Deceit
Robert Stinnett on the truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor
Nullify the NSA!
Turn their water off, says Michael Maharry
Suicide Bomber Attacks Police; 22 Killed, 30 Wounded Across Iraq
by Margaret Griffis, December 12, 2013
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A suicide bomber in Tarmiya killed five policemen and wounded 13 more.
In Baghdad​, one civilian was killed and four more were wounded by a blast in Doura. A sticky bomb killed a man in Suleikh​. A bomb near Furat food stores wounded eight people.
Gunmen in Saniya killed a police captain and wounded his son while they were shopping.
In Ramadi​, a clash left three gunmen dead and one policeman wounded​. Police killed two gunmen​. A Sahwa leader was killed in a drive-by shooting.
An attack targeting an assistant to the governor of Salah ad Din province in Tuz Khormato left three bodyguards dead; two more are missing.
A civilian was gunned down in Mualimeen​.
Gunmen in Zinjili killed a policeman​.
In Gatoun, a bomb wounded three people.
Two gunmen were killed in a clash in Tal al-Rummam​.
A father and son were kidnapped near Dour.
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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
Who Was Robert Levinson Working For?
J. Raimondo on a spy story with all the bells and whistles
America's Child Soldiers
Ann Jones on JROTC and the Militarizing of America
West's Policy on Syria Has Been Sunk
And nobody noticed, says Patrick Cockburn
Breaking News
Iran FM: Talks Continue Despite Sanctions
Process 'derailed but not dead'
Yemen Parliament Bans Drone Strikes
Pays $150,000 to victims of recent US strike
Israeli Ministers OK NGO Crackdown Bill
Attorney General notes its unconstitutional