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Shootings and bombings have killed at least 16 people in Iraq today. And gunmen abducted eight policemen guarding a post on the country's main highway to Jordan and Syria.
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Organization founder James Wasson said the group is still working to collect names of service members and honor them with a sign hung in their hometown.
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About 300 people have died in May so far in Iraq amid fears of a new round of sectarian bloodshed [Reuters] Deadly violence in Iraq has spilled into a fourth day, with reports that seven more people have been killed and three more injured, amid fears over a new round of sectarian bloodshed.
Bombs ripped through Sunni areas in Baghdad and surrounding areas Friday, killing at least 76 people in the deadliest day in Iraq in more than eight months.
Despite Iraq being rich in natural resources and the US pouring money into its economy for over a decade, Iraqi infrastructure is constantly failing and the people are forced to beg, as RT's Lucy Kafanov reported from the war-torn country.
The most feared and effective rebel group battling President Bashar Assad, the Islamist Nusra Front, is being eclipsed by a more radical jihadi force whose aims go far beyond overthrowing the Syrian leader.
Bombs struck Sunnis leaving a mosque and attending a funeral in Iraq on Friday, killing dozens amid festering tensions between Sunnis and Shiites.
At least 23 people have been killed in a bombing targeting Sunni worshippers outside a mosque near Baghdad.
A multimedia exhibition telling the story of the Iraq War through the perspectives of a Marine, a reporter and a photojournalist, "Invasion: Diaries and Memories of War in Iraq," opened May 15 with a panel discussion in the URBN Center Annex.
Family members of Mohammed Aboud, chant slogans against the Sunni-dominated Free Syrian Army rebel group and the al-Qaida-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra during his funeral in Basra, Iraq's second-largest city, 340 miles southeast of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, May 17, 2013.
Iraqi anti-government gunmen from Sunni tribes in Anbar province march during a protest in Ramadi on April 26, 2013.
Bomb attacks in Shi'ite areas of Baghdad and in northern Iraq killed more than 35 people on Wednesday, following weeks of violence by Sunni Islamist insurgents determined to unleash sectarian confrontation.
A U.S. Army sergeant was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Thursday for killing five fellow servicemen in a shooting spree in Iraq, one of the worst cases of violence by an American soldier against other U.S. troops.
The U.N. says the first group of Iranian opposition group exiles has moved to Albania from a former U.S. military base near Baghdad as part of a relocation process.
TWO car bombs have exploded in sprawling Shi'ite neighbourhoods of the Iraqi capital, killing at least 12 civilians and wounding 30, officials say.
A man lies in a hospital bed after being injured in a car bomb blast in the Sadr City neighborhood in Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, May 16, 2013.