BAGHDAD – Officials say bombs in Iraq have killed seven people, including four Shiite militiamen who answered a government call to confront Sunni militants from the Islamic State group.
Police officials say a roadside bomb targeted a militiamen convoy on Friday, killing four fighters and wounding seven in the area of Iskandariyah, just south of Baghdad.
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