Iraqi security forces continue their fight against al-Qaeda-linked militants in western Anbar Province, killing dozens and injuring several others. According to Iraqi local media reports, army forces have killed 30 militants loyal to the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in the city of Fallujah.
Heavy fighting erupted Thursday between Iraqi government troops and Sunni militants who seized large parts of Fallujah and Ramadi, two cities in Iraq’s western Anbar province that were at the center of the armed resistance to the US occupation a decade ago.
Dozen people killed in clashes between gunmen and Iraqi police at anti-government protest camp in the country’s western Anbar Province. Fighting broke out when gunmen opened fire on police special forces who had been trying to enter the city of Ramadi to dismantle the protest camp.
Bomb attacks at Christmas that targeted Christian areas of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, have left at least 37 people dead. The biggest blast happened near a church after a Christmas service.
40 killed in terrorist attacks in Iraq. Gunmen killed three soldiers guarding oil pipeline near Tikrit, shot 12 people on bus in Mosul, five car bombs, magnetic “sticky bomb” on vehicle explode. TV journalist Nawras al-Nuaimi slain. Open war, country in chaos. Iraqi Prime Minister: al-Qaeda killing thousands.
Car bomb exploded outside cafe in town of Buhriz killing 12, wounding 24. Roadside bomb hit army patrol south of the capital, killing one Iraqi soldier, wounding two others. Three killed, seven wounded in bomb attack at outdoor market in Baghdad. Attacks came day after bombings in Baghdad killed 39.
United Nations has warned of growing execution-style killings in Iraq, raising fears of a return of the death squads in the country that killed thousands of people following the US-led invasion in 2003.
At least 31 people have been killed in a fresh wave of violence, including bombings and gun attacks, across Iraq. Series of bombings in Baghdad. Number of shootings. 600 people killed in November across Iraq. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki: Iraq is facing a “war of genocide. He blamed al-Qaeda.
Defense Department is giving to law enforcement agencies mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles, or MRAPS, 18-ton, armor-protected military fighting vehicles with gun turrets and bulletproof glass built for about $500,000 each.
At least 13 people have been killed in a fresh wave of violence across Iraq as the country remains grappling with a prolonged surge in violence. At least six people were killed on Friday when four separate shootings and bombings rocked the capital, Baghdad
The Independent: US government ordered Britain not to publish contents of inquiry into the Iraq War carried out by Sir John Chilcot. PresidentObama insists certain parts of the Iraq Inquiry, could not be released as it is focused on the pre-war conspiracy hatched by George W. Bush, Tony Blair.
Attacks against mourners marking the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein. Bomb attacks: cities of Baquba, Kirkuk, Hafriyah. Series of bomb blasts across Iraq. Iraqi ministry of health, interior and defense: 1,000 killed 1,600 injured in October. No group claims responsibility for the attacks.
Iraq teeters on the edge of a new civil war between Shia and Sunni, with bombings and shootings killing 1,000 people a month. Did the U.S. leave behind a civil war
Bomb went off in a market in Tikrit, In another incident, gunmen in Mosul, killed three provincial government employees, injured another. Separate attack by armed men in the city, four police officers died. Three policemen die in assault on a checkpoint. Series of attacks in Baquba and Kirkuk.
Ten car bombs ripped through the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, killing at least 42 and wounding dozens more, officials said. attacks, including separate blast targeting soldiers in the northern city of Mosul, killed dozens more across Iraq. Man driving car with explosives blew himself up outside government bank.
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