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Women banned from shrine  Iraqi authorities have closed a major shrine in Kadhimiya area to women amid security concerns as a Shia religious ceremony reaches its climax Baghdad celebrates first public Christmas  The celebration sponsored by the Iraqi Interior Ministry and takes place in a public park in, ringed with security checkpoints PM vows to protect Iraq's Christians  After receiving the Chaldean patriarch of Baghdad, Nouri al-Maliki affirmed his government's and determination to defend the small community Pilgrims walk across city amid tight security  Iraqi security forces and U.S. troops imposed stiff security as hundreds of thousands of Shiite faithful made their annual trek to the shrine Pilgrimage's history prompts to ban traffic
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Iraqi Christians urged to leave
Christians killed in Iraq attacks

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  Two people have died and 14 injured in a series of attacks on Christian homes in the Iraqi capital
  Archbishop Athanasios Dawood, a senior Iraqi Christian, is to call on believers to quit the country, after gunmen targeted a church

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  Vehicles will be banned for 2 days in the capital as one of many security measures being implemented for a Shiite pilgrimage to Baghdad
May.1 Office having sectarian agenda
  Prime minister has created an entity within his government that is being used as a smokescreen to hide an extreme Shiite agenda

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Sep.24   PM calls for Ramadan unity
  Nouri Maliki has urged Iraqis to use the Muslim holy month to set aside their differences and seek national unity
Aug.19 Iraqis warned as pilgrims rally
  The Prime Minister Maliki has warned that those who use mosques to provoke sectarian violence will be prosecuted Security tight for pilgrimage  Thousands of Shiite Muslims walked to commemorate the death of a revered 8th century imam Musa al-Kadhim

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