31 people killed by US-backed terrorists attacks in Iraq

117a972f3242466bd1294072f5237e7d_LAt least 31 people have been killed in a fresh wave of violence, including bombings and gun attacks, across Iraq.

Six people were killed on Thursday when car bombings rocked several cities in Babil province.
A car bomb went off near a police checkpoint in the city of Samarra in Salaheddin province, killing three police officers and wounding two others.
Several car bombings hit other cities in Salaheddin province as well as Wasit province, killing six people and wounding 15 others.
Moreover, gunmen shot and killed six people including two civilians in Salaheddin.
At least six people were killed after a series of bombings hit the capital Baghdad.
In the northern city of Mosul, four people lost their lives in shootings.
The attacks took to more than 600 the number of people killed in November across Iraq, according to reports.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks, but al-Qaeda-linked militants often carry out the acts of terror.
On October 23, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki warned that Iraq is facing a “war of genocide.”

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