Al-Qaida says carried out Iraq attacks

By REUTERS
July 25, 2012 10:17

 
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BAGHDAD - Al Qaida's affiliate in Iraq has claimed responsibility for a spate of attacks across the country targeting mostly Shi'ite Muslim targets this week that killed and wounded hundreds of people.

The Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) said in a statement posted on radical Islamist websites on Tuesday that it was behind the recent attacks, which it called its "Destroying the Walls" campaign.

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