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TV station taken off air after church raid  Al-Baghdadia said it was contacted by gunmen during Sunday's church hostage drama, has been taken off air Blasts kill at least 63
58 dead as Iraqi forces end church siege


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Nov.1   Baghdad  
  75 others were wounded in the attack by gunmen. Most of the casualties were women, children. Security forces stormed the Sayidat al-Nejat
 Two priests were among the dead, as well as 17 security officers and five of the gunmen
  Baghdad  
Nov.2   Baghdad  
  285 others were wounded in a series of explosions across the capital. The blasts included 14 car bombs, two roadside bombs and mortar attacks
  Texas     Bush memoir confesses Iraq regret  Former US President George W Bush still has 'a sickening feeling' about the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq Nov.6   Baghdad   Iraqi Christians urged to leave  Archbishop Athanasios Dawood, a senior Iraqi Christian, is to call on believers to quit the country, after gunmen targeted a church Nov.8   Iraq     Iraqis: British troops abused us
  Scores of Iraqis who claim they were abused by British troops are demanding an inquiry into their treatment, via a lawsuit against the British government
Nov.10   Baghdad   Iraq parliament 'breaks deadlock'  The Iraqi parliament is due to meet after a reported breakthrough in negotiations to form a new government Nov.11   Baghdad     Maliki reappointed as Iraq's PM
  Newly re-elected Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has reappointed Shia leader Nouri Maliki as prime minister.    The deal was reached to end th...
  Baghdad   Iraq's power-sharing deal falters
  Leaders were thought to have reached a power-sharing agreement, but members of the Sunni-backed Iraqiya List walked out of the parliamentary session
  Northern Iraq   Kurdish leader welcomes Iraqi Christians  Christians under siege by Islamic militants are welcome in the country's north, a Kurdish leader said, after a string of attacks that have killed dozens



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Baghdad
TV station taken off air after church raid
Iraqi Christians urged to leave
Maliki reappointed as Iraq's PM
Iraq's power-sharing deal falters
58 dead as Iraqi forces end church siege
Blasts kill at least 63
58 dead as Iraqi forces end church siege
Blasts kill at least 63
58 dead as Iraqi forces end church siege
Blasts kill at least 63
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Northern Iraq
Kurdish leader welcomes Iraqi Christians
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USA
Bush memoir confesses Iraq regret
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