Suicide Bombers Kill 56 in Kurdish Iraq

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Two suicide bombers kill themselves and at least 56 others when they detonate explosives at Kurdish offices in northern Iraq. The attacks targeted Iraq's most pro-American citizens, wounding more than 235 in the deadliest assault in Iraq in six months. NPR's Anne Garrels reports.

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