Police found the corpses of 18 men shot near a Sunni town just north of Baghdad on Friday, Iraqi officials said, hours after they were abducted by gunmen wearing military uniforms. Elsewhere near the capital, two separate bomb attacks killed four. Such killings are reminiscent of Iraq’s worst days of sectarian warfare in 2006 and 2007, when both Shiite and Sunni Muslim death squads roamed the streets and took people from their homes. Police said the abducted men were killed with shots to the head. The bodies were found early Friday in farmland near the Sunni-dominated town of Mishahda, some 30 kilometers (20 miles) north of Baghdad. Gunmen in four cars snatched the men, who included two army officers, from their houses late Thursday. Earlier this week, police found 13 bodies in areas around Baghdad. Later, in the afternoon, a bomb went off inside a sheep […]