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Iraqi Shiite militias have drawn up hit lists of suspected Sunni insurgents to be kidnapped, executed and hung in public, security and police officials said, raising the stakes in a sectarian war tearing the country apart.Shiite militias are also helping security forces fight Sunni insurgents who have taken control of parts of Western Iraq.Jubouri's relatives are too scared to retrieve his body because Shiite militias are still roaming Baqouba.Police and security forces need the help of Shiite militias such as the Iranian-trained Asaib Ahl al-Haqq, which now rival the army in their ability to confront Sunni insurgents.As sectarian tensions deepen, Shiite militia leaders like Abu Ridha al-Tamimi, who is based in Baqouba, will keep working their way through hit lists.
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