By Brian Padden
Despite an increased U.S. military presence in Baghdad, there was more sectarian violence Thursday. A car bomb and shooting attacks killed 11 people, and American military authorities now say that the violence in Iraq is at its highest level since the U.S. invasion in 2003.
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By Maya Bell
The Orlando Sentinel (MCT)
KEY WEST, Fla. _ For more than 40 years, they have lounged on Ernest Hemingway's bed, lolled in his garden, and sipped water from the urinal he dragged home from his favorite saloon—all to the delight of tourists from around the world.
But now the nearly 50 cats at The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum, about half of whom bear a telltale sixth toe on their front paws, are felines non grata—scofflaws who, in the eyes of the federal government, must be better confined or kept under guard.
Ivan, impounded five times this year after scaling the wall at The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum in Key West, Florida, is ready to leave his cage, where he now spends much time in confinement. (Maya Bell/Orlando Sentinel/MCT)
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