Muhanad Mohammed

Bomb attacks on Shi’ites and Iraqi police kill at least 48

At least 48 people were killed in Iraq on Thursday in bombings targeting Shi'ite pilgrims and police as United States troops prepare to withdraw.

Suicide bombings kill up to 17 in Iraq’s Ramadi

Twin suicide bombings rocked a government compound in Iraq's western city of Ramadi on Monday, killing as many as 17 people.

Suicide bombers attack Iraq militia, kill over 40

A suicide bomber attacked government-backed Sunni militia on Sunday as they lined up to be paid on Baghdad's south-western outskirts.

Suicide car bombers kill 30 in central Baghdad

Three suicide bombers detonated car bombs within moments of each other in a coordinated attack on foreign missions in central Baghdad on Sunday.

Iraq regains control of cities as US pulls back

Iraq regained full control of its towns and cities on Tuesday as US troops pulled back, six years after the invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.

The Untouchables

Over the years I have attempted to describe higher education using a variety of metaphors and concepts, some more demeaning than others.

Car bomb rips through Iraq market, killing dozens

A car bomb ripped through a crowded market in southern Iraq on Wednesday, killing at least 32 people, wounding 70, officials said.

The ‘untouchables’ of US science

A bridge next to Kevin Eggan's laboratory overlooks one of the most concentrated square miles of scientific fire power in the world: North Yard, the science hub of Harvard. The bridge, a recent construction in glass and steel, was intended to facilitate collaboration between two research teams.

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