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Monday, June 6, 2011

Five U.S. Soldiers Killed In Iraq In The Deadliest Incident For The Military In 2011

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Three attacks in Iraq today have killed 13, five of them U.S. service members.

Officials are providing no details on the U.S. casualties, but according to MSNBC, local media reports a rocket attack against a U.S. base in Baghdad. If accurate this is the deadliest day for U.S. forces in Iraq this year.

Gunmen in Baghdad, and a suicide bomber in the northern city of Tikrit, killed eight people Monday morning.

The attack illustrates the deep violence that threatens Iraqi stability as the U.S. prepares to turn over control of the country to the Iraqis. An independent count of US service member fatalities in Iraq now stands at 4,459

In Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit, four people died waiting at a checkpoint on their way home from work. According to the Associated Press, a suicide bomber drove a car into a line of government workers waiting to enter the secure compound where they lived.

This is the second attack in four days against the mostly Sunni government workers who live and work in the area.

In the country's capital, four more people died after gunmen opened fire on two security checkpoints. 23 people were injured in the attacks.

On Friday, a suicide bomber killed 16 people when he blew himself up in a mosque, and a second suicide bomber blew up the emergency room where family members had gathered to attend the wounded killing another five people and wounding 16.

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