Iraqi officials recently released a most wanted list of 41 people, including Saddam Hussein's wife and eldest daughter, and the new al-Qaida in Iraq leader, Abu Ayyub al-Masri.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki declared a state of emergency Wednesday in the southern city of Basra, where 140 people have been killed in rival gang clashes in May alone, police said.
By PBS NewsHour
At least 56 Iraqis died Thursday in attacks, including a suicide car bombing outside a police crimes unit headquarters in Baghdad in which 25 people, including at least 10 policemen, died.
By PBS NewsHour
Two car bombs detonated outside an Iraqi police ministry in Baghdad Thursday, killing at least 18 and wounding 36. Al-Qaida claimed responsibility for this latest in a recent upswing in attacks.
A suicide bomber killed at least 13 Iraqis Monday near an entrance to Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, while fighting over the weekend killed seven marines.
A car bomb tore through a religious gathering in the central Pakistan city of Multan on Thursday killing at least 40 and injuring more than 100.
A car bomb killed ten people when it exploded in a city northwest of Baghdad Thursday, marking the latest attack in the ongoing insurgency against the new Iraqi government and American forces still in the war-torn nation.
A suicide car bomber killed the head of the Iraqi Governing Council near a checkpoint outside the coalition headquarters in central Baghdad Monday, dealing a blow to U.S. plans to hand over sovereignty to the country by July 1.
Five suicide car bombers targeted police stations around the southern Iraqi city of Basra during Wednesday's morning rush hour, killing at least 65 people, including school children, and wounding scores more.
A suicide attacker detonated a car packed with explosives in a crowd of Iraqis outside a Baghdad army recruiting center Wednesday, killing at least 47 people in the second bombing in two days targeting Iraqis working with U.S. occupation forces.
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