11 killed in new Iraq attacks ahead of Shiite rituals

Iraqi anti-terror police guard a checkpoint in BaghdadA car bombing at a market in central Iraq killed eight people on Wednesday and three others were murdered in Baghdad, the latest in a spike in nationwide unrest ahead of Shiite rituals.


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