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ISIS responsible for two Baghdad suicide bombings Thursday that killed at least 32

Por: Newsweek World January 22, 2021

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Terrorist faction ISIS claimed responsibility for a pair of suicide bombings that killed more than 30 individuals at a Baghdad market on Thursday.The explosions, the first attack of its kind since January 2018, occurred in the Bab al-Sharqui area in Baghdad. On Friday, the Department of Defense announced that only 2,500 U.S. troops remained in Iraq. ISIS, also known as the Islamic State, said on Twitter they had carried out the attack.With grace... + full article



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