Abductors in army uniform execute 18 in Iraq
Police have discovered the bodies of 18 men who were abducted from their homes and shot in the head in a town near Baghdad, the deadliest this year in a spate of execution-style killings across Iraq. The victims were taken from their homes early on ...
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Ocampo served in the Marines from July 2006 until July 2010, including a six-month stint in Iraq in 2008, according to military service records. He completed his service, with the rank of corporal, with the 1st Marine Logistics Group at Camp Pendleton ...
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Such killings are reminiscent of Iraq's worst days of sectarian warfare in 2006 and 2007, when both Shiite and Sunni Muslim death squads roamed the streets and took people from their homes. Police said the abducted men were killed with shots to the head.
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Iraq is also making strides in dramatically boosting its output after it was hobbled by Saddam Hussein-era sanctions and then the fallout of the U.S.-led invasion of the country. The country is on track to produce some three million barrels a day on ...
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Iraq bans private Turkish jets from its airspace ahead of Kurdish oil conference
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The killings come amid a surge in violence that has left more than 600 people dead this month, including several who were snatched from their homes, only for their bodies to be found later, raising fears Iraq is slipping back into the communal ...
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Marine A was 'Iraq hero with exemplary record'
A Royal Marine who murdered a Taliban prisoner and now faces life in prison fought at the forefront of the Iraq invasion, had an exemplary record and was tipped for further promotion. The experienced sergeant, who can only be identified as Marine A ...
18 bodies killed execution-style found in Iraq
The deaths add to the long list of casualties in Iraq, which endures its bloodiest year since 2006-07, when tens of thousands of people were killed due to sectarian violence. This week alone more than 200 people have been killed so far nationwide.