(The Sydney Morning Herald) – Islamic State militants have carried out their third massacre of Iraqi Sunni tribesmen, women and children in four days, shooting dead 50 people from the al-Bunimr tribe as punishment for resisting their Islamist insurgency. The latest attack, which brings to at least 322 the number of al-Bunimr members killed by the Islamic State in just two weeks, took place in the village of Ras al-Maa in the north of Ramadi, the Iraqi Human Rights Ministry said on Sunday.