Iraq Car Bombs Kill Dozens Car bomb attacks in Najaf and Karbala killed more than 60 people Sunday, the worst one-day toll since July. In Baghdad, more than 30 gunmen ambushed and executed three election commission workers. Anthony Shadid of the Washington Post discusses the violence with NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Weekend Car Bombs in Iraq Kill More than 60

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Weekend Car Bombs in Iraq Kill More than 60

Weekend Car Bombs in Iraq Kill More than 60

Weekend Car Bombs in Iraq Kill More than 60

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Iraqi men view the destruction from Sunday's car bomb attack in Najaf, Dec. 20, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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Car bomb attacks in Najaf and Karbala killed more than 60 people Sunday, the worst one-day toll since July. In Baghdad, more than 30 gunmen ambushed and executed three election commission workers. Anthony Shadid of the Washington Post discusses the violence with NPR's Renee Montagne.