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Baghdad, March 10: At least 41 people were killed and 129 wounded in separate attacks, including a massive suicide bombing, in Iraq Sunday, police and medical sources said.
A woman reacts during a funeral of a victim who was killed in an attack in Hilla, during a funeral in Najaf.
A suicide bomber killed 34 people, including two state television employees, at a checkpoint near Baghdad Sunday, after Iraq's premier accused Riyadh and Doha of fuelling bloodshed in the country.
Fire fighters and civilians inspect the site of a massive bomb attack in Hillah, about 60 miles south of Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday.
A suicide bomber has used a stolen police Humvee to pass through a military checkpoint in Iraq and set off his explosives, wounding 14 people, authorities said.
About two dozen Iraqi women demonstrated on Saturday in Baghdad against a draft law approved by the Iraqi cabinet that would permit the marriage of nine-year-old girls and automatically give child custody to fathers.
Attacks across Iraq have killed 13 people, including a parliamentary candidate and four children, sources said, as the country suffers its worst violence in years.
Baghdad , March 8: A total of 28 people were killed and 38 others wounded in separate violent attacks, mainly targeting security forces, across Iraq Saturday, police said.
The attack happened Saturday in Ramadi, the provincial capital of Anbar province, where Iraqi security forces have been battling militants who took control of parts of the town in late December.
The United States recently sent a small number of special forces soldiers to Jordan to train with counterparts from Iraq and Jordan, a new step in the Obama administration's effort to help Baghdad stamp out a resurgent al Qaeda threat, a U.S. defense official said on Friday.
BREMER: I had been told we had to get the oil going because it was an oil-dominated economy.
Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York have coined the term 'Iraq-Afghanistan war lung injury' to describe respiratory symptoms developed by some veterans - and they have duplicated the problem in mice, using dust from Camp Victory in Baghdad.
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