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Coordinated Blasts Hit Iraqi Churches

A series of coordinated explosions rocked five churches across Baghdad and the northern city of Mosul on Sunday, killing at least two people and injuring 38 others in the first attacks targeting the country’s Christian minority in a violent 15-month insurgency. Two explosions just minutes apart shook separate Baghdad churches in a largely Christian neighborhood during Sunday evening services, followed shortly by two more explosions at churches in other areas of the capital. A car bomb and grenade attack hit a church in Mosul at roughly the same time, Iraqi officials said. Full Story

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