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Iraqi Shi'ites Bombed, Bush Warns on Meddling

A bomb near a Shi’ite shrine and an outspoken attack on Shi’ite Iran by an Iraqi minister fueled fears of sectarian strife as campaigning began on Wednesday for Iraq’s first free election since the fall of Saddam Hussein. President Bush called on Syria and Iran not to interfere in Iraq and urged neighboring countries to work with the interim government to enforce border security before the Jan. 30 election. “We will continue to make it clear to both Syria and Iran that … meddling in the internal affairs of Iraq is not in their interests,” Bush said in Washington without elaborating.Full Story

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