BAGHDAD (AP) -- Gunmen burst into a home in northern Iraq and killed two Christian men as they sat in their living room, continuing a string of attacks again spreading fear through the dwindling religious minority.
In a second strike in the city of Mosul on Monday night, assailants bombed another house belonging to a Christian family, wounding a bystander, police and medical officials said Tuesday.
Iraq's Christians are still reeling from an attack last month in which militants stormed a Catholic church in Baghdad during a Sunday Mass. Sixty-eight people were killed in the four-hour siege.
Days later, militants attacked houses of Christians across Baghdad, killing five people. An al-Qaida front group claimed responsibility for both of those attacks, declaring its resolve to strike Christians wherever they can be found.