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U.S. warns of increased violence in Iraq

Top U.S. generals warned Wednesday that violence will increase in Baghdad during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan and said al-Qaida in Iraq already has intensified its assaults against American troops. The warnings came as violence killed some 65 people and wounded more than 100 in two days. At least 23 people died in bombings and shootings around the country Wednesday, and 10 bodies were found. The day’s deadliest attack took place in Samarra, where a suicide car bombing outside a Sunni tribal leader’s house killed 10 and wounded 38. Full Story

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