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August 10, 2009
Bombings in Iraq continue after U.S. drawback

A series of bomb blasts has killed dozens near Mosul and in Baghdad, the Iraqi capital.

The attacks came less than 24 hours after workers began removing protective blast walls around Baghdad, under government orders.

Worldfocus partnerĀ Al Jazeera English reports on the bombings and how they underscore the increased violence that has plagued the country since U.S. forces pulled back from major Iraqi cities in June.

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