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Iraqi Insurgents Strike at Karbala

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Iraqi Insurgents Strike at Karbala

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Iraqi Insurgents Strike at Karbala

Iraqi Insurgents Strike at Karbala

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Deadly attacks are mounted Saturday in the southern Iraqi city of Karbala, killing at least a dozen people, including four Bulgarian and two Thai soldiers. More than 170 people were wounded in the largest insurgent assault since the capture of Saddam Hussein. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Omar Abdel Razek, producer with the BBC's Arabic Service.

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