July 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);7/19/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4897, p7
The article reports on the violence in Iraq which remains as the political deadlock continue after the March 2010 elections. It mentions that there were at least 39 killed and 41 wounded by an attack of a suicide bomber on government-backed Sunni militia. It also states that Sunni Islamist insurgents were linked to al Qaeda. Meanwhile, Mohammed al-Anbari, local militia leader, cites the possibility that the attacker came from within Sahwa ranks.


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