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U.S. Reports 4 More Soldiers Were Killed Monday

September 28, 2018
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The report brought the total number of American troops killed on Monday to at least eight. (New York Times — 23 hours ago)
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The toll was the highest so far for U.S. troops in the Iraqi capital since American and Iraqi soldiers began a stepped-up campaign to stem the violence here. (International Herald Tribune — 11 hours ago)
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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 — 15 hours ago)
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The Interior Ministry has removed a police brigade from the streets of Baghdad because of a brazen kidnapping this week of 26 people, a ministry spokesman said Wednesday. (CNN — 1 hour ago)
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Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday gained the backing of leading Sunni and Shiite politicians for his four-point plan “to stop the bloodshed” in the midst of widespread sectarian violence. (CNN — 1 hour 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 — 1 hour ago)
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Uncertainty remained on Saturday over what exactly prompted the curfew on vehicle and pedestrian traffic. (International Herald Tribune — 1 October, 2006)
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Iraq’s government announced late Friday a total 36-hour curfew in the capital, ordering all cars and pedestrians off the streets without giving reasons. (Aljazeera — 14 minutes ago)
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For a second day, gunmen dressed as Iraqi government forces staged a mass kidnapping Monday, raiding several computer stores in central Baghdad and seizing at least 14 people, a Baghdad emergency police official told CNN. (CNN — 6 hours ago)
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Iraq’s national security adviser Sunday issued a warning to the new leader of al Qaeda in Iraq, telling Abu Ayyub al-Masri that Iraqi troops are close to getting him “either as a corpse or tied up to face justice soon.” (CNN — 2 October, 2006)
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