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Crowds Protest Najaf Blast

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Crowds Protest Najaf Blast

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Crowds Protest Najaf Blast

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NPR's Emily Harris reports from Najaf where thousands thronged the streets today in outrage over Friday's bombing outside the Imam Ali Mosque, one of Shia Islam's holiest shrines. At least 100 people are reported dead, including Ayatollah Mohammed Bakr al-Hakim.

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