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Most of Baghdad without power

Insurgents knocked out the power in most of Baghdad on Friday night, the eve of the referendum on Iraq’s new constitution, the electricity ministry said. Insurgents blew up a tower on the main power line bringing electricity into Baghdad from the north, cutting electricity and plunging about 70 percent of the capital into darkness, the ministry said. Water also was out in some areas because pumps would not work. Full Story

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