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Tributes pour in for Australian schoolgirl killed in ice cream parlour attack in Iraq - SBS

An Australian schoolgirl killed in a bomb blast in the Iraqi capital Baghdad is being remembered as a fun-loving girl and a passionate student. Updated Updated 31 May 2017. By Greg Dyett, Abby Dinham. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter.and more »

Australian schoolgirl killed in Baghdad ice cream parlour attack - SBS

A 12-year-old school girl from Victoria is believed to be among more than 17 people killed after a terrorist attack on an ice cream shop in Iraq. Updated Updated 31 May 2017. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter. A Victorian schoolgirl killed at ...and more »

Melbourne girl Zynab Al Harbiya killed in Islamic State terrorist blast at Baghdad ice-cream parlour - ABC Online

A "loving and fun" 12-year-old Melbourne girl killed in an Islamic State (IS) bomb blast at a Baghdad ice-cream parlour had begged her family to take her there after a long day of Ramadan fasting.and more »

ISIS Blasts Kill Dozens at Family Gatherings, This Time in Iraq - New York Times

The details are eerily familiar: a family outing, a suicide bomber, more than a dozen people — many of them children — killed in an attack later claimed by the Islamic State. An explosion early Tuesday at an ice cream parlor in Baghdad shared many of ...and more »

Iraq: Suicide Attacks Targeting Crowds in Baghdad - Human Rights Watch

(Kirkuk) – Suicide attacks outside an ice cream parlour and a government building in Baghdad on the morning of May 30, 2017, were despicable acts of violence, Human Rights Watch said today. The attacks killed at least 27 people and wounded at least 50, ...and more »

Ice-Cream Shop Bombing Leaves 13 Dead in Baghdad - Daily Beast

Thirteen people were killed and an additional 24 injured early Tuesday after a car bomb detonated outside an ice cream shop in central Baghdad. The Islamic State terror group claimed responsibility for the attack, which reportedly involved a remotely ...and more »

Australian girl Zynab Al Harbiya killed in attack at Baghdad ice-cream parlour - The Sydney Morning Herald

An Australian schoolgirl was one of more than a dozen people killed when a massive car bomb tore through a popular ice-cream parlour in the Iraqi capital Baghdad this week. Zynab Al Harbiya, 12, was with her family at the Al-Faqma ice-cream parlour in ...and more »

Dozens dead in wave of car bomb attacks in Baghdad - Middle East Eye

At least 33 people died in a series of car bombs in Baghdad on Tuesday, the worst of which killed 21 and injured 80 others at an ice-cream shop during Ramadan celebrations. Islamic State claimed the attack, in the Karrada area at about midnight, saying ...and more »

Are Baghdad bombings a sign of Islamic State strength or weakness? - PBS NewsHour

Twin bombings rocked Baghdad on Tuesday, days after the start of Ramadan. They come as the Islamic State is losing ground in Mosul, its last foothold in the country. One bomb hit just after midnight at a popular ice cream parlor, killing 15, while ...and more »

Dozens of Iraqis killed as Isis targets Baghdad during Ramadan - The Guardian

At least 17 killed as families break fast at ice-cream shop in centre of Iraqi capital, and 14 die in office bombing in south of city. Martin Chulov Middle East correspondent. Tue 30 May 2017 10.06 EDT First published on Tue 30 May 2017 02.45 EDT ...and more »