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Reuters, By Hamid Shalizi and Paul Tait

3 May, 2011

Bin Laden, the architect of the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, was killed by U.S. forces in a dramatic raid north of the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, on Monday, sparking fears of revenge by Islamist militants.

Jamaluddin Badr, governor of northeastern Nuristan province, said the 25 foreign fighters killed and wounded overnight included Arabs, Chechens and Pakistanis. He said the operation was launched to guard against attacks after bin Laden’s death. (more…)

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Press TV
November 1, 2010

A new spate of violence in Iraq has caused the death of eight people and wounded more than a dozen others as the country experiences a bloody hostage-taking crisis.

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The U.S. military released a new tally showing that nearly 77,000 Iraqis were killed from early 2004 to mid 2008, falling well below the figures of the Iraqi government and some international organizations, an Iraqi newspaper said on Saturday.

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By Mustafa Haji Abdinur (AFP)

MOGADISHU — Somalia’s Al Qaeda-inspired Shebab militants launched a fresh offensive in Mogadishu Thursday, sparking clashes that killed at least 19 civilians, medics and witnesses said.

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Police said a suicide bomber detonated explosives at the mosque in Upper Dir district, although some witnesses said the bomb was already in the building. (more…)

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By Katherine Zoepf and Alissa J. Rubin
International Herald Tribune

BAGHDAD: Bombings took the lives of at least 21 Iraqis on Tuesday, including 3 children and 6 adults when an explosive on a horse-drawn cart went off in an attack on a primary school in Mosul. (more…)

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by AFP

BAGHDAD (AFP) — Three explosions rocked Baghdad on Monday, killing 17 people two days before parliament was to vote on a divisive military pact under which all US troops would leave Iraq by the end of 2011. (more…)

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