Muslims Mourn Top Iraqi Shiite Leader's Death

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Tens of thousands of Muslims begin a three-day march to mourn Ayatollah Mohammed Baqer al-Hakim, a revered Iraqi Shiite cleric who was one of more than 80 people killed by a car-bomb attack Friday. U.S. officials and Iraqi police continue to look for leads into the bombing. Hear NPR's Emily Harris.

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