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Blasts end lull in Iraqi violence

A series of concerted bombings ripped through Baghdad yesterday as attacks across Iraq killed at least 35 people and left little doubt that a brief respite in the violence this week was over. The renewed bloodshed came as Iraqis welcomed the resignation of US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld after the mid-term elections that trounced President George W.Bush’s Republicans, even as they asked what it meant for the future of US troops in the war-torn country. Full Story

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