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‘Chlorine bomb’ hits Iraq village

At least 32 people have been killed and 50 injured in a suspected chlorine bomb in Iraq’s Diyala province, police say. The attack happened in an open-air market in the village of Abu Sayda at about 2000 (1600 GMT) on Tuesday. A police spokesman in the provincial capital Baquba said doctors at a local hospital believed the nature of victims’ burns suggested poison gas. Full Story

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