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Iraq's deputy PM escapes assassination attempt

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BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq's deputy prime minister escaped an assassination attempt in which militants dressed as soldiers opened fire on his convoy west of Baghdad on Friday, according to an Iraqi lawmaker and a statement from the deputy premier's office. No one claimed responsibility for the attack — the latest violence as the country heads toward crucial parliamentary elections on April 30. But...

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