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Bombing in Israel Called a 'Gift' to Iraq

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Bombing in Israel Called a 'Gift' to Iraq

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Bombing in Israel Called a 'Gift' to Iraq

Bombing in Israel Called a 'Gift' to Iraq

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Dozens are wounded in a suicide bombing at a cafe in the Israeli coastal town of Netanya. The bomber was the only fatality. The Islamic Jihad movement claims responsibility for the attack, calling it a "gift to the heroic people of Iraq." NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.

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