Suicide bomber kills two in northern iraq city," by Samir Shahid and Saeed Qadri, Washington Post, 2 March 2017

Suicide bomber kills two in northern iraq city,” by Samir Shahid and Saeed Qadri, Washington Post, 2 March 2017

The woman, 22, was wearing a full-face veil and was one of four women among the 15 killed and 39 wounded in the suicide attack.

Terrified, the woman climbed down a flight of steps and ran to safety, and a passer-by, wearing a similar headscarf and with the same name, threw herself on top of her.

The woman who fell to her death, 23-year-old Hala Mustafa, a영주출장샵 U.N. refugee from the Kurdish city of Erbil in the north, had joined hundreds of Syrian refugees at an unofficial demonstration near the Syrian border.

She had arrived in the United States a day earlier but had lost track of her destination.

Mustafa had hoped to join about 70,000 people who had fled violence in the country, according to U.N. statistics. A woman had been shot dead by gunmen, the same number of victims were killed in suicide bombings since Oct. 25 and the number아산안마 of people injured had jumped in September.

Two Syrian refugee workers in San Diego were killed in a terrorist attack, killing 12 and injuring at least 17. The killer of the workers was said to have acted alone.

In a separate attack, gunmen in the northern city of Dhaka opened fire at an international conference of religious leaders about a day earlier, killing 24 and wounding 100. The attacker was shot and killed himself by security officials.

At least 36 people were killed on Sunday in a suicide bomb attack on a Shi’ite mosque in the heart of Tr호 게임ipoli, Lebanon.

Syrian, Iraqis and Palestinians

Syria

Largest U.S. aid convoy to stop Islamic State’s advance in Iraq

Aftermath: A group of men wearing balaclavas throw rocks in response to heavy gunfire between security forces and the Islamic State in eastern part of Al Bayda, west of Manbij.

U.S.-led coalition forces struck an Islamic State group building on Tuesday with Tomahawk missiles and air strikes near the oil refinery town of Zebba in eastern Syria.

U.S. military Col. Jeff Davis said that a small number of fighters were killed or wounded.

A Reuters witness said U.S.-backed fighters killed several Islamic State fighters inside the building.

Islamic State fighters had a presence in Zebba city a day earlier