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Insurgents turning their fire on Iraqis

The front of Col. Ali Al-Tomimi’s police car is perforated like a sieve. His family says his body, buried Sunday, was riddled with 18 bullet holes. It was his commitment to Iraq’s future that made him an ambush target and led to his death on Saturday, says his son, Herath Ali, 22. “He could not just sit and wait for others to assume the policing job,” he said. “He was doing his job to save the country.” Insurgents have shifted tactics in recent weeks. They have increased attacks on Iraqis allied with the U.S.-led coalition at the same time they have reduced assaults on American troops, coalition officials said Tuesday. Full Story

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