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Iraq Car Bombings Up Under Interim Gov’t

Car bombs echo across Baghdad and a constellation of cities around Iraq nearly every day, inflicting slaughter and billowing oily smoke, a reminder to all who see or hear them that the country’s insurgents can strike almost anywhere. Vehicles packed with explosives, often detonated by suicide attackers, have become one of the insurgency’s most lethal weapons. An Associated Press tally shows there have been at least 181 of them since Iraq’s interim government took over June 28 — just a handful at first but surging to a rate of one or more a day in recent months. Full Story

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