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Kurdish peshmerga forces have repulsed a major attack by ISIS militants southwest of Iraqi Kurdistan's capital Irbil, officials said Wednesday.In Baghdad, officials said a suicide car bomber killed six troops and Shiite militiamen in a flashpoint area north of Baghdad that has seen much fighting with ISIS militants.Police officials say the bomber drove his explosive-laden car into a checkpoint jointly manned by the Shiite militia and Iraqi army near Samarra, 95 kms from Baghdad.Hospital officials say four militiamen and two soldiers were killed and at least 16 people were wounded.
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