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Insurgents in Iraq increasingly target top government officials and military recruits

A suicide bomber killed six people Tuesday outside an Iraqi Army recruitment center in Baghdad, as insurgents stepped up attacks on targets ranging from would-be recruits to top military officers in their homes. The latest bloodshed came as politicians continued to wrangle over the make-up of the next government, more than 11 weeks after general elections, a delay that many fear plays into rebel hands. A suicide bomber blew up a car outside a palace of ousted president Saddam Hussein, now used by the army, killing six people and wounding 40, a Defense Ministry spokesman said.Full Story

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