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Iraq�shopping area blasts kill 16

July 1, 2018
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Iraqi authorities have taken a brigade of up to 700 policemen out of service and put members under investigation for “possible complicity” with death squads following a mass kidnapping earlier this week, the U.S. military said Wednesday. (MSNBC — 28 minutes ago)
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A series of bomb blasts went off in rapid succession in a shopping district in a mainly Christian neighborhood of Baghdad on Wednesday. (International Herald Tribune — 27 minutes ago)
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An Iraqi police brigade is being pulled off the streets of Baghdad because of its apparent complicity with death squads, according to a U.S. military spokesman. (CNN — 26 minutes ago)
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The US Army says Iraq has demobilised an entire Baghdad police brigade accused of complicity with sectarian death squads Major General William Caldwell says the 800 to 1 200 members of the Eighth B (ABC News — 2 hours ago)
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Iraq’s prime minister on Monday announced a new plan aimed at uniting the sharply divided Shiite and Sunni parties in his government behind efforts to stop rampant sectarian violence. (MSNBC — 3 October, 2006)
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BAGHDAD, Oct. 2 — Iraq’s prime minister announced a new plan Monday aimed at ending the deepening crisis between Shiite and Sunni parties in his government and uniting them behind the drive to stop sectarian killings that have bloodied the country for months. (Washington Post — 16 hours ago)
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Iraq�s leader unveiled a plan to defuse sectarian crises, but it was unclear whether it could stem the increasingly brazen violence. (New York Times — 3 October, 2006)
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Four of the soldiers died in a roadside bomb attack; the four others were killed by small-arms fire in separate incidents. (New York Times — 13 hours ago)
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Sunni and Shia leaders in Iraq agree to a four-point plan aimed at cutting sectarian violence in the country. (BBC News — 13 hours ago)
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Security forces are close to capturing or killing the leader of al-Qaida in Iraq, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, a senior Iraqi official said Sunday, showing a captured video of the terror chief teaching followers how to build a car bomb. (MSNBC — 2 October, 2006)
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While uncertainty remained about the cause of the curfew, an Iraqi official appeared to allude to a specific threat involving car bombs. (New York Times — 1 October, 2006)
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