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Insurgents looking to undermine the Iraqi interim government and force the U.S.-led coalition out of Iraq continued to target ethnic minorities and foreign workers in the war-torn nation during a bloody weekend of attacks that continued Monday.
Thousands of hungry, scared Nigerian Christians in the northern city of Kano sought safety in police stations and military barracks Friday after two weeks of religious fighting across the African nation left hundreds dead.
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