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Bombs kill 40 in central Baghdad

Three car bombs in central Baghdad killed at least 40 people and wounded 86 as they shopped at a fruit and vegetable market on Saturday. Angry locals screamed in rage against Saddam Hussein’s Baath party and speculated Sunni insurgents may have planted the bombs in retaliation for a raid on a nearby Sunni rebel stronghold on Friday by Iraqi and U.S. troops. The bombing came two days after U.S. President George W. Bush met Iraq’s prime minister to discuss ways to avert all-out civil war and 10 days after the bloodiest attack since the U.S. invasion killed more than 200 people in the capital. Full Story

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