Dozens killed in west Iraq air strike, MPs and medics say

By REUTERS
December 7, 2016 21:40

 
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BAGHDAD  - Air strikes on an Islamic State-held town near Iraq's western border with Syria killed dozens of people on Wednesday, including many women and children, two parliamentarians and local hospital sources said.

They said the air strikes hit a busy market in the town of Qaim, in Iraq's Anbar province. Anbar lawmaker Ahmed al-Salmani and hospital sources said 55 civilians were killed

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