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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Kafeel Ahmed
A suicide bomber posing as a dairy deliveryman struck a Kurdish security headquarters Wednesday, setting off a series of rapid-fire attacks against the oil-rich Iraqi city of Kirkuk that killed seven and wounded up to 80 people.
GLASGOW, Scotland — When two doctors crashed a Jeep Cherokee into Glasgow's Airport and then set it on fire in a desperate attempt to ignite crude bombs, it was clear to a policeman on the scene that they were on a suicide mission.