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Bombing of Bakery, Other Attacks in Iraq Kill 9 - ABC News Mon, 05 Aug 2013 20:20:02 GMT

Washington Post

Bombing of Bakery, Other Attacks in Iraq Kill 9
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A series of attacks in Iraq on Monday, including a bombing of a bakery in the capital, Baghdad, killed 9 people. Violence has been on the rise in Iraq this year, but attacks against civilians and security forces have especially spiked during the ...
Attacks across Iraq, including random shooting and bombings, kill 15 as ...Washington Post
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Cafes shut, sports fields empty as war returns to Iraq - Reuters Mon, 05 Aug 2013 17:03:34 GMT

Middle East Online

Cafes shut, sports fields empty as war returns to Iraq
Reuters
The past four months have all had higher death tolls than any in the five years before April, leading the Interior Ministry to declare last week that Iraq was now once again in "open war", 18 months after U.S. troops pulled out. Most of the violence ...
Todayís Iraq: Weak army confronts well-organised QaedaMiddle East Online

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US Returns Saddam Hussein Sword to Iraq - Voice of America Mon, 05 Aug 2013 15:25:58 GMT

US Returns Saddam Hussein Sword to Iraq
Voice of America
The ambassador stressed that Baghdad's embassy in Washington is in the process of returning the sword and a host of artifacts to Iraq, pointing out that other artifacts need special arrangements in order to be returned soon. He said the Iraqi embassies ...
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Iraq's tourism grows amid violence - Hurriyet Daily News Mon, 05 Aug 2013 21:10:19 GMT

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Iraq's tourism grows amid violence
Hurriyet Daily News
“We need to put in place major efforts in order to change this, and to tell people that Iraq is not terrorism and killing, that Iraq is history and civilization.” Maya said Iraq averages around two million tourists annually, but that with some basic ...
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Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Megan Welter Caught on Video Allegedly ... - ABC News Sun, 04 Aug 2013 19:28:29 GMT

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Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Megan Welter Caught on Video Allegedly ...
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An Iraq War veteran turned NFL cheerleader was arrested for aggravated assault, destroying property and disorderly conduct after she allegedly attacked her boyfriend, who captured the incident on his cell phone. Megan Welter, 29, of Scottsdale, Ariz., ...
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Conflict Photogs Reflect on the Realities of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan - PetaPixel Mon, 05 Aug 2013 15:08:59 GMT

Conflict Photogs Reflect on the Realities of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
PetaPixel
Conflict photographers like Michael Kamber and Louie Palu have spent years covering the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. They've lost friends, been very nearly killed themselves, and come back with incredible (and sometimes hard to stomach) photos.


Iraq Bomb, Mortar Attacks Kill 8 - Huffington Post Sun, 04 Aug 2013 21:24:48 GMT

Iraq Bomb, Mortar Attacks Kill 8
Huffington Post
Violence has been on the rise in Iraq all year, but the number of attacks against civilians and security forces has spiked during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, which began early last month. The surge in the bloodshed is raising fears of a return ...


Random shooting, bombings kill 15 across Iraq - Boston.com Mon, 05 Aug 2013 09:38:28 GMT

Random shooting, bombings kill 15 across Iraq
Boston.com
BAGHDAD (AP) — A series of attacks across Iraq on Sunday killed 15 people, including a random shooting and the killing of a judge, authorities said. Violence has been on the rise in Iraq all year, but the number of attacks against civilians and ...


Iraq's clergy strive to maintain legacy amid rise of Shia militias - The National Mon, 05 Aug 2013 20:05:45 GMT

The National

Iraq's clergy strive to maintain legacy amid rise of Shia militias
The National
Down a narrow alleyway in Iraq's ancient city of Najaf, amid sagging wooden balconies and turquoise-tiled edifices, people line up everyday at the doorstep of Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani with questions. The answers he gives them may have played an ...


Israel's Iraq Channel - Al-Monitor Sun, 04 Aug 2013 17:37:02 GMT

Israel's Iraq Channel
Al-Monitor
His visit was a rare opportunity, but it was squandered. “Israel and Iraq are two key players in the Middle East,” he told an Israeli friend on his way to Ben Gurion Airport. “We have the capacity to benefit from each other. I reached out to you, but ...

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