Suicide bombers and gunmen waging the biggest attack on the outskirts of Baghdad for
Suicide bombers and gunmen waging the biggest attack on the outskirts of Baghdad for months
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Suicide bombers and gunmen belonging to the Iraqi army positions and attacked police on the western outskirts of the capital Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 12 security forces and took control of the sites in the silo for grain and graves.
Security officials said the attack was the largest, near the capital for months, is still going on and drew a finger at the organization of the Islamic state.
(Yasmin Hussein preparation for Arab Bulletin - edit Suha Gado)