One Day From Elections, Iraq Is Racked By Violence In Iraq, at least 17 people are dead and dozens wounded after a pair of bombs struck an outdoor market. It's just the latest deadly attack on the eve of Iraq's national parliamentary elections.
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One Day From Elections, Iraq Is Racked By Violence

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One Day From Elections, Iraq Is Racked By Violence

One Day From Elections, Iraq Is Racked By Violence

One Day From Elections, Iraq Is Racked By Violence

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In a town northeast of Baghdad, at least 17 people are dead and dozens wounded after a pair of bombs struck an outdoor market. As Tim Arango of The New York Times explains, it's just the latest deadly attack on the eve of Iraq's national parliamentary elections.