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By Hiba Moussa and Mussab Al-Khairalla BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's prime minister said on Wednesday that armed groups had contacted him on peace efforts but he stressed that those with blood on their hands would be excluded from any amnesty under his reconciliation drive.
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's al Qaeda in Iraq is among four main groups leading an insurgency against U.S.-led and Iraqi forces that owes its resilience partly to canny exploitation of the Internet, a report said on Wednesday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A blindfolded Iraqi man was shown being shot dead in a video posted on the Internet on Thursday and an Iraqi insurgent group said it killed him for spying on clerics and taking Iraqis to torture centers.
By Andrew Quinn BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Calling armed insurgents "rats spreading disease among the people," Iraq's government on Sunday urged voters to approve the new constitution in a referendum next week and stand firm against militant efforts to taint it.
By Yara Bayoumy DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda said on Sunday it had captured two U.S. marines in western Iraq and issued a 24-hour ultimatum to U.S. forces to release female Sunni Muslim prisoners, a statement posted on a Web site said on Sunday. The latest statement came in the midst of a new U.S.
DUBAI (Reuters) - A leading Iraqi insurgent group said on Thursday Hurricane Katrina was an act of God hurting the U.S. war effort, and helping cut helicopter sorties over Baghdad, according to an Internet posting.
By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. military probe has concluded a suicide bomber from a well-known insurgent group infiltrated an American base in Mosul wearing an Iraqi security forces uniform and killed 22 people in a crowded dining tent last December, a general said on Friday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iraqi insurgent group Army of Ansar al-Sunna said on Thursday its fighters planted the bombs that killed 14 U.S. Marines in western Iraq, according to an Internet statement. The Wednesday attack was the deadliest against American forces since the start of the war on Iraq in 2003.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iraqi insurgent group Army of Ansar al-Sunna said on Thursday its fighters were behind the bombing that killed 14 U.S. Marines in western Iraq, according to an Internet statement.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon on Wednesday denied a claim by an Iraqi insurgent group that it had captured a U.S. Marine in western Iraq. "I don't have anything to suggest that is accurate.