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Iraq in Grip of ISIS Violence as 17 Die Over Two Days


Iraq was gripped by a rare spike in ISIS violence on Tuesday after eight people were killed in Anbar province in the west of the country. On Monday, nine Iraqi policemen were killed in a bombing in Kirkuk governorate in another attack claimed by the group. In the Anbar attack, villagers tried to confront a group of ISIS fighters on motorbikes in a village north-west of Fallujah, but were quickly overpowered, the Iraqi News Agency reported. Uday Al Khadran, an official in the town of Al Khalis where the attack took place, said “dozens” of residents had confronted the group,…

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