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02 Nov 2010 23:50 GMT | Human Rights, Middle East, Iraq
In Iraq, a series of co-ordinated blasts have killed 63 people and injured 285 others in the capital Baghdad.
The blasts happened hours after hundreds of people attended the funerals of 58 people killed when the security forces raided a church seized by gunmen on Sunday.
Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh has the latest from Baghdad.
Source: Al Jazeera
At least 63 people killed and hundreds more wounded as multiple bombs hit mostly Shia neighbourhoods in Iraqi capital.
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