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More Than Two Dozen Killed in Violence in Iraq

Violence in Iraq killed more than two dozen people Saturday, part of a surge in unrest that has sparked fears the country may be slipping back into widespread conflict. The deadliest attack occurred north of Baghdad in the town of Dujail, where at least six security personnel died when a suicide bomber drove his explosive-laden car into an army checkpoint.  At least 15 people were wounded. Also north of Baghdad, a bomb blast in Tarmiyah killed at least four people.  Another...

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