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Iraqis to lead assault to take back Baghdad

July 1, 2018
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Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said on Saturday that Iraq’s armed forces are set for an assault on Baghdad to take out militias and rogue security forces. (CNN — 8 January, 2007)
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As Iraqi troops continued a new effort to control violence in Baghdad Sunday, three U.S. airmen were killed by a car bomb, and at least nine Iraqis were killed by bombs, mortars, and bullets in the Iraqi capital. (CNN — 8 January, 2007)
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The Iraqi army reportedly kills 30 militants and arrests others as a new security drive begins in Baghdad. (BBC News — 7 January, 2007)
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The U.S. military already knows what half of its most-wanted terrorist targets look like because they have been apprehended and photographed in the past, a Republican congresswoman said Friday. (CNN — 8 January, 2007)
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United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has called on the Iraqi Government to suspend any plans for executions one week after the handling of Saddam Husseins hanging sparked a controversy (ABC News — 7 January, 2007)
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Three U.S. airmen died Sunday in a car bombing in Baghdad — among at least 17 people killed in violence across Iraq as Iraqi troops launched a fresh battle to oust militias and pacify the capital. (MSNBC — 8 January, 2007)
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Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has threatened to review relations with countries that have criticised the bungled execution of former president Saddam Hussein Mr Maliki says the hanging was an (ABC News — 7 January, 2007)
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