BAGHDAD (AFP) - Iraqi security forces have smashed an Al-Qaeda network allegedly responsible for more than 100 killings in Baghdad, an anti-terrorism official said on Sunday. "Interior ministry forces dismantled (an) Al-Qaeda network that was responsible for more than 100 murders of policemen, soldiers, judges, officials and jewellers in Baghdad," said Major General Ahmed Abu Raghif, head of an anti-terrorism police unit. The cell was also behind the May 26 assassination of Ali al-Lami, head of the Justice and Accountability Commission, he said.