FILE - In this Friday, July 20, 2012 file photo, Iraqi soldiers patrol along the border between Syria and Iraq in Anbar province, Iraq. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed, File)
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Seven people have been killed Wednesday in a suicide car bombing claimed by Daesh (ISIS) in a former stronghold of the militants in western Iraq, a security official said.Dulaimi blamed Daesh for the attack, and the group, through its Aamaq news agency, later claimed responsibility in posts it circulated on social media.Al-Qaim is a former Daesh stronghold in Anbar province in western Iraq.Iraq's military and the PMF have been using the predominantly Sunni Anbar province as a base of operations against Daesh in the country's western desert and for air operations against the group in neighboring Syria.
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