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At least 29 killed in Baghdad attacks

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Bombings and shootings around Iraq's capital today have left at least 29 people dead and dozens of others wounded.
   One of the attacks involved militants using a fake checkpoint to kill army officers. Police say gunman killed the five off-duty officers after stopping their car on a road just north of Baghdad.
   There was also a car bomb attack near an outdoor market in Baghdad's Shiite neighborhood of Sadr City. That attack, just before nightfall, killed eight people.
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