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Iraq Neighbors Condemn Terror Attacks on Civilians

Iraq’s six neighbors on Sunday condemned terrorist attacks against civilians and said they would secure their borders, amid U.S. charges foreign militants were behind a wave of violence in postwar Iraq. “(The ministers) condemn the terrorist bombings that target civilians, humanitarian and religious institutions, embassies and international organizations working in Iraq,” the closing statement after a two-day security meeting in Damascus said. The foreign ministers of the six neighbors plus Egypt said they would work with Iraqi authorities to prevent violation of borders and stop violence from spreading, after U.S. accusations that foreign militants were infiltrating Iraq. The statement made no mention of persistent attacks on U.S. occupation forces, which have claimed the lives of more than 125 U.S. soldiers in the past six months. Full Story

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