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Amid attacks, Iraq forms intelligence network

Attacks by insurgents continued to shake Iraq on Thursday as the government announced it is establishing an intelligence service to “annihilate” terrorist groups. Interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi said Thursday the intelligence network will be called the General Security Directorate. On Thursday, a car bomb exploded near the main police station in Hadithah in western Iraq, killing 10 Iraqis and injuring 30, an Iraqi Health and Interior Ministry official said. Ten Iraqis were also killed in a car bombing on Wednesday. Full Story

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