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At least 55 die in more Iraqi violence

A new round of car bombings and other violence struck Iraq on Wednesday, with 55 people killed or found dead as the Iraqi government unveiled a plan to assume responsibility for security in Baghdad by early next year. The relentless attacks indicate how hard it may be for the Iraqis to replace U.S. forces in the capital, and President Bush said he would “not be rushed” into a decision on a strategy change for Iraq. Full Story

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