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Explosion Kills Police Recruits in Iraq

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Explosion Kills Police Recruits in Iraq

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Explosion Kills Police Recruits in Iraq

Explosion Kills Police Recruits in Iraq

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A bombing near Baghdad kills at least seven Iraqi police and recruits and injures several others. The blast occurs in the city of Ramadi, long a bastion of support for Saddam Hussein's Baath party. Meanwhile, U.S. intelligence has yet to confirm whether an audiotape released Friday encouraging Iraqi resistance was made by Saddam Hussein. Hear NPR's Guy Raz.

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