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Egeland: Killings out of control in Iraq

The United Nations humanitarian chief said Friday that sectarian killings are “out of control” in Iraq, with about 100 deaths a day and civilians fleeing neighborhoods and towns because of the cycle of Sunni-Shiite reprisal attacks. The United Nations estimates that at least 320,000 people have left their homes in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion, some for temporary quarters elsewhere in Iraq, some for Syria, Jordan and other places, Jan Egeland said. Full Story

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