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Security forces detained 15 wanted men in Ninewa and 14 more in Basrah, 13 members of a car bomb network in northern Iraq, two al Qaeda operatives in Makhmour, and a key leader in al Qaeda's network in the North. Iraqi special operations forces also arrested two individuals suspected of acquiring illegal weapons and financing Lebanese Hezbollah operations.

Blaming the bogeymen in Baghdad

Terrorists killed five civilians in a bike bomb in Hillah, two more in a car bombing in Mosul, and a woman in a bombing at a checkpoint in Karbala. Security forces detained six insurgents in Jalawlaa, four wanted men near Al Kut, and a Jaish al Rashideen member in Kirkuk.

A suspect in last week's deadly bombings in Baghdad killed a policeman and a security guard during questioning. Insurgents wounded 23 Iraqis in bombings and mortar attacks in Mosul and Baghdad. Security forces detained 14 wanted men in Karbala and three men behind bombings in Hillah.

Sectarianism and politicization of the Iraqi Army

Security forces detained 16 wanted men in Basrah and an al Qaeda in Iraq operative near Ramadi. Three civilians were wounded in a bombing in Tal Afar. A US soldier died in a vehicle accident in Baghdad and another died of a non-combat related injury in the South.

Insurgents killed three policemen in Mosul. The Interior Ministry detained 11 officers and 50 policemen after the deadly bombings in Baghdad. Security forces detained 20 wanted men in Basrah, six insurgents in Kirkuk, three al Qaeda operatives in Baghdad, and an al Qaeda bomb coordinator in Ramadi. A suicide bomber was killed in a premature detonation in Tal Afar.

Iraq arrests senior officers, vows more over blasts

Air Assault in Balad

Insurgents killed six Iraqis and wounded 11 more in attacks in Baghdad, Mosul, and Jalawlaa. An Awakening leader was assassinated in Umm al-Nakhl, north of Baqubah. Security forces detained 25 wanted men in Baqubah, and 17 in Basrah, and three al Qaeda fighters in Kirkuk.

Iraq: Proposals for 2010 election law go to parliament

The Islamic State of Iraq took credit for the Oct. 25 suicide attacks in Baghdad that killed more than 155 Iraqis. Security forces killed an al Qaeda operative and captured five more in Mosul; security forces also detained 15 wanted men in Basrah and three more in Wasit, two Mahdi Army cell members in Baghdad, and a suicide bomber in Tal Afar. Insurgents killed two civilians in Mosul.

Al Qaeda takes credit for Baghdad suicide bombings

Al Qaeda's front, the Islamic State in Iraq, said the attacks were against "the rejectionist Shi'ite state." The attacks are thought to have been executed from inside the International Zone.

Bombings, politics, and the long view in Iraq

Iraq renews call for UN probe after Baghdad bombings

Iran: Foreign agents behind Iraq, Pakistan, Iran attacks

Insurgents killed three Iraqis in a car bomb attack in Karbala and two more civilians in an armed attack in Mosul. Yesterday's bombings in Baghdad killed 155 Iraqis. Security forces detained nine al Qaeda fighters south of Kirkuk, defused bombs in Mosul and Ramadi, and seized Katyusha rockets in Basrah.

Baghdad bombings death toll rises to 155

Suicide bombers strike in Baghdad

Baghdad bombing follows trend in violence in Iraq