• Suicide Bombing

    Suicide bombing outside night club kills 31 and injures 120.
  • September 11th

    Hi jacked Airplanes crash into the world trade center, the pentagon and a pennsylvania field, kills around 3000
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    Iraq War

  • Balt, Indonesia

    Car bomb explodes outside a night club kills 202 and wounds around 300
  • Madrid Spain

    Train bombing kills more than 200 and injures more than 1400.
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    Besian Russia

    Guerrillas seize a school and hold the inhabitants hostage; 335 are killed and more then 550 wounded.
  • London, England

    Series of suicide bombings on the public transit system; kills 52 and injures more than 700
  • Execution of Saddam

    Saddam executed by hanging. The execution was conducted just before the Sunni Muslim celebration of Eid al-Adha. “It was a slap in the face to Sunni Arabs.”
  • The Pentagon acknowledges Iraq is a civil war

    “In its bleakest assessment of the war to date, a quarterly Pentagon report said that last October through December was the most violent three-month period since 2003. Attacks and casualties suffered by coalition and Iraqi forces and civilians were higher than any other similar time span, said the report.” ]
  • JANUARY 20, 2008: A rocket attack and several bombings killed at least 15 people in central and northern Iraq

    A rocket attack and several bombings killed at least 15 people in central and northern Iraq on Saturday, Iraqi officials said. Sporadic violence continued in the southern cities of Basra and Nasiriya as millions of Shiites turned out for the climax of Ashura, the religious holiday marking the killing 13 centuries ago of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.
  • 16 Killed in Baghdad Bombing

    A bomb in a parked car exploded near a bus station in Baghdad’s Shaab district, killing 16 and wounding 35, according to the Ministry of Interior. The victims were primarily women and children, the ministry said. The bombing is the second major attack in the Baghdad area this week.