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Fire erupts at Iraqi oil pipeline

A fire has erupted at an oil pipeline 200 kilometers (125 miles) north of Baghdad, with the commander of US ground forces saying it was not known whether it resulted from sabotage. Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez told a news conference the blaze broke out nine kilometers (six miles) north of the oil hub of Baiji, but he could not give any other details. “There was a pipeline fire,” he said Thursday. “We have not established if it was sabotage or not.” Full Story

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