New Wave of Violence Kills at Least 23 in Iraq

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Policemen take cover as a bomb explodes in the district of New Baghdad.

Policemen take cover as a bomb explodes in the district of New Baghdad, April 29. Reuters hide caption

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At least 23 people have been killed and nearly 100 injured in a wave of attacks in Iraq. Most of the attacks were in and around Baghdad and targeted Iraqi security forces.

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