I'm Carl Azuz.
This is CNN STUDENT NEWS.
Thank you for spending part of your day with us.
We're going to start today's program in a country we haven't really reprted on for a while—Iraq.
The U.S. military mission in that Middle Eastern nation ended more than a year ago,
but the violence—not over.
Last month more than 700 Iraqis, mostly civilians died from violence.
That's more than any other month since June of 2008.
Yesterday at least seven people were killed and 16 others wounded by multiple bombings in Baghdad and Mosul.
The body of alleged Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev is at a funeral home in Massachusetts.
But the funeral director says, he can't find a cemetery willing to bury Tsarnaev.
I think a lot of people don't understand, and it's an emotional problem, obviously,
but it settles down and people think about it,
they do know that we have to bury, that's what's this country does.
At this point, any outcome would be better than nothing.
We do have to bury the person regards what he did as I said earlier,
this country would bury the dead, funeral directors had done this for years , they continued to do it.
And there aren't too many options, when there's no problem, it's very easy with the cemetery ,
but this is a big problem, but somebody has to step in and say, look, we're going to have to do something here.
And we have to.
I would go as far as I can go with it.
There are some concerns about possible protests like this, at the cemetery where the body would be buried.
And this kind of thing has come in the past.
Lee Harvey Oswald is buried in the Dallas area, the same city were he assassinated President John Kennedy.
And after Oklahoma city bomber Timothy McVeigh was executed, his ashes were claimed and scattered in an unknown place.
The governor of Massachusetts says Tsarnaev's family should be the ones to decide what happens to his body.
Technology can play a big role in tracking criminal or terrorism suspects.
Tom Foreman looks at how this works and how it's improving.
When the FBI released these photos during the search for the Boston suspects,
there was hope that computers might help as they do on shows like CSI, comparing facial features with existing data and coming up with a name.
But even though pictures of both brothers were in public databases,
the computers that searched that data missed them, and came up empty.
a person who is not a member of the police or the armed forces
He resigned his commission to take up a civilian job.
relating to the emotions
The conference came to a close with an emotional speech.
an area of ground in which dead bodies are buried, especially one that is not next to a church
He was buried in this cemetery.
to move far apart in different directions
She wanted us to scatter her ashes to the winds.
someone who commits a crime
The criminal was sentenced to prison for theft.