Violence, Political Rifts Erupt in Iraq
Thunderous blasts from at least three car bombs reverberated across Baghdad on Wednesday.
One struck a fuel station, enveloping at least 50 people in a fireball; another hit a popular ice cream parlor — leaving at least 60 dead and wounded.
Also Wednesday, the country's main Sunni political alliance carried through on a threat to withdraw from the government.
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