MP3: Forty killed in Iraq, sectarian tensions fed by war in neighbouring Syria

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Forty killed in Iraq, sectarian tensions fed by war in neighbouring Syria MP3

At least 40 people have been killed in a new wave of attacks across Iraq. The special representative of the UN Secretary General In Iraq, Martin Kobler, says the violence is 'remorseless' and 'despicable' and he's called on Iraq's politicians to get together quickly to sort out their differences. Source: abc.net.au

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