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Car bomb slaughter at Baghdad market

A car bomb ripped through a packed Baghdad marketplace Saturday morning, killing at least 62 people and wounding 114 others, Iraqi emergency police said. The blast destroyed food and clothing stalls and set vehicles on fire, The Associated Press reported. Ambulances carried the many victims to hospitals, where AP said men were cradling crying babies as doctors sought to treat them. Crowds swarmed around the debris strewn across the devastated marketplace and angry young men chanted as they rocked the charred remains of the vehicle believed to have held the explosives, AP reported. Full Story

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