Bodies of victims killed in a suicide attack that tore through a residential area of Al-Muwaffaqiyah, a village east of Mosul, are lined up for identification at a hospital in the northern Iraqi city on October 17, 2013, after a suicide bomber detonated a vehicle rigged with explosives in the village that is mainly populated by members of the Shabak minority, killing 15 people, according to Iraqi police and a medical source.
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