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Car Bomb Kills at Least 20 in Kirkuk

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Car Bomb Kills at Least 20 in Kirkuk

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Car Bomb Kills at Least 20 in Kirkuk

Car Bomb Kills at Least 20 in Kirkuk

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Iraqi policemen inspect the scene of a suicide car bombing in the northern town of Kirkuk.

Iraqi policemen inspect the scene of a suicide car bombing in the northern town of Kirkuk, Sept. 18, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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At least 20 people are killed when a car bomb explodes near a crowd of men seeking jobs with the Iraqi National Guard in Kirkuk. It's the latest in a series of attacks targeting Iraq's nascent security forces. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Rajiv Chandrasekeran of "The Washington Post".

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