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Spain and Japan vow to fight "terror," but Koreans killed in new Iraq attack

Madrid and Tokyo vowed not to give in to “terrorists” after seven Spanish intelligence officers and two Japanese diplomats were killed in Iraq as insurgents stepped up attacks on “soft targets.” In the latest such attack, two South Koreans were killed and two others seriously wounded in an attack on a highway near Saddam Hussein (news – web sites)’s hometown of Tikrit, the South Korean foreign ministry said, cited by the Yonhap news agency. The US military also said a Colombian contractor was killed in northern Iraq Saturday, following the killings of two American soldiers in an attack near the Syrian border as the death also toll climbed for US forces. Full Story

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