At least 49 people have been killed in a series of bombings in Iraq on Tuesday. At least five bombs ripped through apartment buildings across Baghdad and another struck a market. Iraqi officials are blaming al-Qaida in Iraq for the violence, which comes amid an unresolved parliamentary election.
This, on the heels of some disturbing video from the gun camera of a U.S. helicopter in Iraq. It allegedly shows an attack nearly three years ago that raises questions about the actions of the crew.
The video was posted on the Internet by Wikileaks - an organization that leaks official material in what it believes is the public interest.
A word of warning now - it shows the violent killing of two journalists.
On the left, Saeed Chmagh and on the right, 22-year old Namir Noor Eldeen. They are there on assignment for the Reuters News Agency.
The video - shot from a U.S. attack helicopter - shows the men walking through a Baghdad neighborhood where U.S. forces had been battling Shiite militants.
Soldiers in the helicopter mistake their camera equipment for weapons and get permission to attack the two journalists - and all those around them come under fire.
The incident - which plays out over 40 minutes - eventually shows an SUV coming to rescue the wounded. It, too, comes under fire.
Two children inside were wounded - an American soldier hurries to get medical attention for one of them.
In all - 12 people were killed, including the two journalists.
Wikileaks says it got the video from military whistleblowers - but won't say whom.