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The death of Osama bin Laden comes at a time when al-Qaeda in Iraq has been shifting strategies in an effort to recoup from years of setbacks.
Part 1 of TIME’s Return to Baghdad series.
12 Die as Gunmen Storm Baghdad Gold Shops At least 12 people died when gunmen invaded a row of gold shops in the Mansour District of western Baghdad on Sunday and ended up in a gunfight with security forces, police and military officials said. The gunmen used hand grenades and small arms to kill three […]
At least 65 people were killed and 420 wounded in a double bombing in central Baghdad on Sunday morning, officials said.
Eight of the 16 members of al Qaeda in Iraq who escaped Wednesday night from a Tikrit prison north of Baghdad have been recaptured, security officials in Samarra told CNN Saturday.
The U.S. military closed its detention facility in southern Iraq on Thursday after a plane carried the last remaining prisoners to another facility in Baghdad.
The Iraqi government, seeking the handover of two suspects in last week’s bombings, on Tuesday summoned home its ambassador to Syria. Hours later, Syria’s state-run news agency SANA reported.that Syria had decided to pull its ambassador from Iraq.
Ramadan, the holy month of Islam, began Saturday with Iraqis hoping for tranquility but fearful after recent attacks that have shaken the country. Al-Iraqia state TV interrupted regular programming Saturday afternoon to broadcast Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s address to Iraqis on the occasion of the start of the holy month. The prime minister said that as he congratulates Iraqis, his “heart is full of sadness and sorrow.” Four Iraqi soldiers and a government worker were killed Saturday in attacks in Baghdad and Mosul, according to an official of the Interior Ministry.
At least two people were killed and 20 injured in a bombing in southern Baghdad on Friday morning, an Interior Ministry official told CNN. The bomb exploded in a market in Dora district, the official said