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STRASBOURG, France: Europe's rights court on Wednesday heard claims from the family of an Iraqi civilian who suffered an unexplained and violent death after being taken captive by British troops in 2003.
Nineteen people were killed and 13 injured in violence in Iraq Tuesday, officials said, and security forces found the bodies of seven shepherds near the city of Baquba, north-east of Baghdad, dpa reported.
A U.N. study earlier this year examining the country's public sector found that almost half of respondents claimed they had paid bribes in order to quicken administrative procedures.
At least 10 people were killed and 20 others injured in a violent attack at a funeral in southern suburbs of Baquba in Baghdad on Tuesday.
BAGHDAD: Zain Group, a pioneer in mobile telecommunications in eight markets across the Middle East and Africa, is proud to announce the award of the Middle East Operator of the Year accolade to its operation in Iraq at a gala awards ceremony hosted by CommsMEA in Dubai last week.
As al-Qaida in Iraq and Syria gain in strength and firepower, they're shifting from hit-and-run tactics to seizing and holding adjoining territory in western Iraq and northeastern Syria that analysts say could be proclaimed a jihadist emirate, establishing an al-Qaida state in the heart of the Arab world.
A suicide bomber attacked a Shiite shrine in Iraq on Tuesday, killing 11 people.
A man looks at the site of car bomb attack in Buhriz, 60 km northeast of Baghdad December 9, 2013.
A suicide bomber killed 11 people and wounded 20 at a Shi'ite Muslim funeral in a city northeast of Baghdad on Tuesday, police said, as Iraqi insurgents pursue a campaign of deadly attacks.
Rumours, speculation and finger pointing still surround a letter that purports to "forbid" Big Four firm Ernst & Young from practicing in Iraq.
"In 2003, Iran made an offer to the Bush administration that they would, in fact, do major things with respect to their [nuclear] program, they had 164 centrifuges.
A series of attacks, including a car bomb outside a cafe, killed at least 21 people in Iraq on Monday, officials said.
In this photo taken on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, an Iraqi policeman searches a member of Iranian exile group People's Mujahedeen Organization of Iran as he leaves Camp Ashraf in Khalis, north of Baghdad, Iraq.
Attack in cafe in town south of Baquba comes a day after blasts in and around Baghdad killed at least 39 people.