Tuesday, October 10, 2006


In that other place:

The bodies of 60 men were found in and around Baghdad over a 24-hour period, and Iraqi officials said Tuesday the men appeared to have died at the hands of sectarian death squads.

The bodies, all riddled with bullets and all showing signs of torture — their hands and feet had been bound — were dumped in several neighbourhoods around the capital.


And on Monday evening, a bomb in a parked car exploded in an outdoor market northeast of Baghdad, killing 13 people and wounding 46 others.

For the lizard brains, in New York City in 2005 there were a total of 545 murders.