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Mosul (Iraq)

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  • Iraqi Christians mourn archbishop

    The Chaldean Catholic archbishop of Mosul, Paulos Faraj Rahho, was buried Friday, two weeks after he was kidnapped in the troubled northern city of Mosul. Hundreds gathered at the church in the village of Kramleis, just north of Mosul, to memorialize the...
  • Foreign fighters in Iraq seek recognition, U.S. says

    Young, lonely and struggling to make a mark. The U.S. military Sunday presented a profile of foreign fighters, who are blamed for about 90% of the suicide bombings that have claimed thousands of lives in Iraq. It was based on interrogations of 48 men...
  • U.S. toll in Iraq reaches 4,000

    U.S. toll in Iraq reaches 4,000
    Four U.S. soldiers were killed when a bomb hit their vehicle in south Baghdad late Sunday, bringing the number of U.S. service members killed in the Iraq war to 4,000. The grim milestone came at a time when attacks against the U.S. military are ebbing...
  • Iraq's Sunnis celebrate holiday with a renewed vigor

    Iraq's Sunnis celebrate holiday with a renewed vigor
    Thousands of Sunni Muslim faithful bowed their heads at dawn Wednesday in mosques around Baghdad for the first prayers of the Eid al-Adha holiday -- a time of renewed hope after months of reduced bloodshed, yet tinged with sadness for those not there to...
  • Suicide bomber kills up to 17 at funeral

    A bomber walked undetected into a funeral Monday evening and blew himself up, killing as many as 17 others and injuring nine in a predominantly Sunni village near Tikrit, police said. The explosion in Hajaj village killed Iraqis attending a funeral for...
  • Iraq says it's readying Mosul offensive

    Iraqi army units reached the northern city of Mosul on Sunday in preparation for what the government said would be a major offensive there against Al Qaeda in Iraq and other Sunni militants. The reinforcements included Iraqi aircraft and tanks. "The...
  • Militants stake claim on Diyala River valley

    Militants stake claim on Diyala River valley
    They first appeared about 18 months ago: masked gunmen in speeding cars and scooters that kick up the mud along the canals weaving through lonely villages here. The invaders pinned notices on the walls of mosques informing residents that they now lived...
  • Car bombings, shooting in Iraq kill at least 17

    Car bombings, shooting in Iraq kill at least 17
    BAGHDAD — Car bombs struck Shiite neighborhoods of the Iraqi capital and a northern city Thursday, killing 16 people, while gunmen in Baghdad shot dead the brother of a Sunni lawmaker, officials said. The attacks followed a wave of bombings...