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Maliki: Iran, Syria are arming Iraqi terror groups




Iraqis reject insurgents, support transition




Eight policemen were killed in Ramadi, and two policemen and a finance ministry employee were killed in Baghdad. A suicide bomber wounded four people in Ramadi.




Exodus of Christians from Iraq intensifies




Insurgents killed a policeman in Mosul and an intelligence officer and a trade ministry employee in Baghdad. Security forces arrested an Islamic State of Iraq leader in Wasit.




US Senate report says Iraq is at critical juncture




Everywhere but Iraq?




Iraqi security forces facing serious problems, US oversight official reports




Insurgents assassinated a mayor in northern Diyala. Security forces detained an al Qaeda in Iraq leader in Wasit and five wanted men in Al Kut.




Security forces detained five wanted men in Al Kut and four more in Mosul. Two policemen and a civilian were wounded in a hand grenade attack in Mosul.




Insurgents killed 48 civilians and wounded 121 more in a car bombing at a funeral in a Shia neighborhood in Baghdad. Two civilians were killed in a 'sticky bomb' attack in Baghdad.




Sadr's return short-lived after threats from Asaib al Haq




Afghan officials want to prolong detentions




Insurgents killed two foreign ministry officials, a national security ministry official, an Awakening fighter in Baghdad, and a civilian in Mosul. Security forces detained 16 "gunmen" in Karbala and two more in Mosul.




Insurgents killed a high-ranking interior ministry officer and a civilian in Baghdad, and a cleric in Fallujah. Police arrested 33 wanted men in Diyala.




Thousands defy violence, mark Muslim rite in Iraq




Twelve Iraqis were killed and more than 150 were wounded in car bombings that targeted Shia pilgrims in Karbala. Insurgents also killed three soldiers and a woman in Mosul, two civilians in Kirkuk, and a high-ranking official in the prime minister's office in Baghdad.




Insurgents killed six Iraqi civilians and wounded 29 more in five car bombings in and around Baghdad. Security forces detained three wanted terrorists in Al Kut.




Tony Blair links Iran and al Qaeda

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discussed the "link" between Iran and al Qaeda in his testimony before the Iraq Inquiry on Friday. Blair cited British intelligence reports pointing to collusion between the two in Iraq, and urged UK officials to look at the issue in a "broader context" as well.


Former spy with agenda operates a private CIA