ISIS Claims Baghdad Bombing That Killed More Than 200
It's getting worse. After recent battlefield losses, the "caliphate" has been focusing on terror attacks: 45 were killed at Istanbul's airport Tuesday, 22 in a Bangladesh café siege Friday, and at least 200 in Saturday's Baghdad car bombing that targeted Iraqis as they gathered to break their Ramadan fast and watch soccer. The blast ripped through the Karrada neighborhood, injuring hundreds and strengthening public protest against Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. Iraq has declared three days of mourning while rescue crews clear debris and comb buildings for survivors.