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Suicide bomb attacks outside a hospital and a police station killed 27 Iraqis early Monday, officials said. (CNN — 8 February, 2005)
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An apparent suicide bombing killed more than 20 people Tuesday morning in central Baghdad while they were waiting in line to apply to be police officers, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. (CNN — 9 February, 2005)
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Suicide bombers kill at least 27 in Iraq
Suicide bombers kill at least 27 in Iraq

Iraqi security forces arrested a former general in Saddam Hussein’s military whom they accuse of financing insurgents, including the makers of roadside bombs used against U.S. troops, the country’s interim government said Sunday. (CNN — 7 February, 2005)
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Insurgents have struck at Iraqi police forces in the cities ofMosul and Baqouba, killing at least 30 people. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 February, 2005)
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Adding to the pressure on the Iraqi election commission to complete the counting of ballots, two suicide attacks Monday took the lives of 29 people. (International Herald Tribune — 8 February, 2005)
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A man claiming he would help former policemen reapply for their jobs in the northern city of Mosul detonated a bomb strapped to his body and killed 11 people Monday. It was one of several attacks that together killed at least 28 people throughout Iraq. (Washington Post — 8 February, 2005)
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A suicide bombing against army recruits and a string of otherattacks on Tuesday left at least 29 people dead across Iraq. (Australian Financial Review — 9 February, 2005)
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Baghdad: The final results of the Iraq election were delayed for recounts yesterday as Iraqi security forces continued to bear the brunt of poll-related violence that has left scores dead. (The Australian — 10 hours ago)
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Gunmen killed an Iraqi journalist working for a US-funded television network in Basra and assassinated a senior government official in Baghdad today in the latest attacks following the January 30 election. (The Australian — 10 February, 2005)
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