Eight killed in Iraq violence
"Insurgents killed at least six people in a bomb attack on the home of a Shiite family in a mainly Sunni town south of Baghdad on Sunday, part of nationwide violence that left a total of eight dead.
The blast, which occurred in the early morning, also badly damaged a neighbouring home in Iskandiriyah, which lies within a confessionally mixed area known as the Triangle of Death because of frequent attacks since the 2003 US-led invasion.
Two separate attacks south of the disputed northern oil city of Kirkuk, meanwhile, left one anti-Qaeda militiaman dead and two people wounded, local police said.
And in the restive central province of Diyala, an Iraqi soldier was gunned down in front of his home in the town of Khales, and two people were wounded by a roadside bomb in the provincial capital Baquba, an army officer said.
A total of 259 Iraqis were killed in attacks in July, the second-highest monthly figure for 2011."
Four Nato Soldiers Killed in Afghan Insurgent Attack
"At least four Nato soldiers were killed by militants in separate attacks in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, Nato said in a statement.
The attack comes a day after the Taliban shot down a US troops Chinook helicopter, killing 38 people, including 31 American troops.
The deaths on Sunday brought to 379 the number of foreign troops killed this year in Afghanistan, according to icasualties.org.
More than 282 US troops, 32 UK and 65 from other countries have been killed in Afghan violence since the beginning of the year.
Nato said that two were killed in an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan and another two lost their lives in an attack in the south, but it did not provide their nationalities or any other details."
Roadside Bomb Kills 13 Afghan Police
"At least 13 Afghan policemen were killed in separate roadside bomb blasts in southern Kandahar province on Saturday, local officials said.
The incidents took place in Maroof, Registan and Shorabak districts of Kandahar province when the vehicles of Afghan policemen were struck
by roadside bomb in the province, Gen. Abdul Razaq Achekzai, acting police chief told TOLOnew reporter.
Roadside bomb is a major challenge for Afghan security forces, and such bombs are widely used by militants in the province, he added.
Militants use Improvised Explosive Devices to target Afghan and foreign forces in the country.
Violence has recently increased in southern Kandahar province as Taliban started targeting Afghan key officials, governments sites, and Afghan and foreign forces."
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