At least 13 Iraqi soldiers and 18 Syrians, including woman and children, were killed Thursday in another round of the seemingly endless fighting in both countries.
Iraq was supposed to be safe from democracy after the American invasion, but it has been neither safe nor democratic since then. Bombings by anti-government and Al Qaeda terrorists have returned as an almost daily event.
Thursday’s suicide bombing struck an airfield where Iraqi recruits were registering,
The car bomb in Syria exploded in the province of Hama, according to the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Syria’s official state media claimed on Wednesday that opposition forces attacked two of its chemical weapons facilities.
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