Iraqi men inspect a damaged Turkish airlines office near the site of a car bomb attack in central Baghdad's Saadoun street September 5, 2014. (REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani)
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A series of attacks across Iraq Friday killed 17 people, including four Shiite militiamen and a Sunni tribal chief, while a mass grave in the north was found to contain the bodies of 15 Shiite truck drivers killed by Sunni militants.Shiite militiamen have joined with Iraq's armed forces in their battle against the extremist ISIS group, which has seized large swath of land as well as cities and towns in the country's north and west.In northern Iraq, residents said ISIS fighters killed Maiser al-Waqaa, a Sunni tribal chief, along with two brothers in the village of Al-Houd, just south of Mosul.Sunni militants captured Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, and overran much of northern Iraq in June.
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