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Mosques torched after worst Iraq bombing

Gunmen bent on revenge burned mosques and homes in a Sunni enclave of Baghdad on Friday as Iraq’s leaders pleaded for calm, a day after the worst bomb attack since the U.S. invasion. Some 30 people were killed, police said, as suspected Shi’ite militiamen rampaged for hours, untroubled by a curfew enforced in the capital by U.S. and Iraqi forces. Four mosques and several houses were burnt in a small Sunni part of the mainly Shi’ite Hurriya area in northwest Baghdad, Sunni Deputy Prime Minister Salem al-Zobaie told Reuters. Full Story

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