At least 41 people killed in Iraq
At least 41 people killed by suicide bombers in Iraq, as BBC reported today. Is it possible to control suicide bombing? It is just like controlling one from killing himself which is impossible. Governments cannot control every people wherever than creating an environment conducive for people to live a happy life. Happy live controls suicide bombers as living would be happier than dying. See BBC Report Below Suicide attack kills Iraqi army recruits in Baghdad At least 41 people have been killed in a suicide attack on an army recruitment centre in Baghdad, officials say. More than 100 were reported to have been injured in the bombing, in the centre of the Iraqi capital. The attack comes as the US prepares to end combat operations in Iraq by the end of this month. It also comes a day after one of the two main contenders in Iraq's March election suspended talks on forming a coalition. Violence in Iraq is down from its peak in 2006-2007, though the number of civilian deaths rose sharply in July. The BBC's Hugh Sykes reports from Baghdad that a suicide bomber walked up to the army recruitment centre where hundreds of people had been queuing for hours. The attack happened in a busy area close to one of the city's main bus stations, he says, adding that the streets are full of people early in the morning, making it easy for a suicide bomber to pass unnoticed.