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Six people were wounded when three car bombs went off within minutes of each other at a popular market in Baghdad's southern Dura district, an Interior Ministry official said.

Sunni Arab leaders in Iraq have voiced caution over a thawing in relations with the United States following recent conciliatory remarks by the American ambassador.
Britain's foreign secretary has told Iraqi leaders they must form a national unity government free of domination by a single group.

A bomber strapped with explosives has blown himself up on a bus in central Baghdad killing at least 12 people, while explosions elsewhere in Iraq have killed at least another eight people.

Jalal Talabani, the Iraqi president, says the upcoming elections will be decisive for the history of Iraq, predicting that no party will win a clear victory, forcing a coalition government that will defeat the anti-US fighters.

The US ambassador to Iraq has said Washington is seeking talks with some rebels an
The US ambassador to Baghdad feels the political progress and improving home-grown security forces in Iraq may allow the United States to cut its military presence in 2006.

The top US diplomat in Iraq says Syria has become a hub for "terrorists" who want to stop democratic progress in Iraq and that US "patience is running out".

The US military is to consider protecting foreign diplomats in Baghdad after al-Qaida claimed responsibility for the killing of three Algerian diplomats

Sunni Arabs have said they will rejoin talks to hammer out a new constitution for Iraq, in the hope of rescuing a political process that has been severely strained by unrelenting bloodshed.

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