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Biden vows the US will appeal in Iraq Blackwater case

US Vice-President Joe Biden says the US government will appeal against a court ruling dismissing manslaughter charges in the Blackwater shootings case…Iraqis were furious when a US judge threw out charges against five Blackwater security guards over the 2007 killing of 17 Iraqis in Baghdad…Mr Biden said the dismissal of the Blackwater charges was just that and "not an acquittal". Expressing "personal regret" over the…shootings in Baghdad's Nisoor Square, he said the US justice department would file its appeal against the court's decision next week…Iraq maintains the Blackwater guards fired without provocation. Blackwater said the firing followed an ambush on one of its convoys.

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