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Blasts kill 30 in Baghdad

Bombs killed 30 people in Baghdad on Sunday and sectarian attacks wrecked six Shi’ite shrines in a rural area, adding to pressure on Iraq’s rival leaders to agree on the formation of a unity government. With a week left for Prime Minister-designate Nuri al-Maliki to meet a constitutional deadline to present a broad-based coalition Washington hopes will avert a slide toward civil war, a series of blasts hit Baghdad. Two suicide bombers in cars killed 14 Iraqis at the entrance to Baghdad airport. Full Story

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