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July 27, 2005 Ansar al-Sunnah Claims Responsibility for Exploding an Oil Pipeline in Jark al-Sakhr,and Bombing Operations and Attacks upon American and Iraqi Forces in Baghdad, al-Tarabla, and Balad Station  
July 27, 2005 Al-Qaeda in Iraq Claims Responsibility for Attacks Targeting Iraqi Forces in al-Mosul and Baquba, the Assassination of Two Iraqi Police Officers in al-Khalis, and Several Strikes upon American and Iraqi Forces in Fallujah  
July 27, 2005 Al-Qaeda in Iraq Claims Responsibility for a Suicide Bombing Targeting Americans Soldiers and Iraqi National Guards in Talafar and an Attack in al-Buheshma  
July 26, 2005 The Egyptian Tawhid Wal Jihad Group Issues a Statement Claiming Responsibility for the Egyptian Bombings, Lists the Suicide Bombers, and States That the Jews and Christians are Their Targets At Any Time  
July 26, 2005 The Shari’a Court of al-Qaeda in Iraq Issues Statement Regarding the Court’s Decision in the Case of the Two Algerian Diplomats, and the Group Provides a Video Depicting the Captured Men  
July 26, 2005 Salafist Group for Call and Combat (GSPC) Issues a Message to the Mujahideen in Iraq Who Captured the Algerian Diplomats  
July 26, 2005 Ansar al-Sunnah Claims Responsibility for the Assassination of a High Ranking Officer in the Iraqi National Guard in Kirkuk, and Attacks on American and Iraqi Forces in Samarra  
July 25, 2005 Al-Qaeda in Iraq Claims Responsibility for the Kidnapping of the Algerian Diplomat, Ali Belarouci  
July 25, 2005 Al-Qaeda in Iraq Claims Responsibility for a Suicide Bombing at al-Sedeir Hotel in Baghdad, Attacks Targeting American and Iraqi Forces in al-Taramya, Mosul, and Baghdad, and the Assassination of Five al-Ghadr Members  
July 25, 2005 Al-Qaeda in Iraq Issues Warning to the Americans Who Allegedly Captured Muslim Women in Rawah and al-Yosefya, and Claims Responsibility for the Assassination of al-Kazemya Police Director, and Several Operations Targeting American Forces and al-Ghadr Brigade Members  

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