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Bombs against Iraq Sunni mosques kill 12: officials

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Bombs targeting worshippers gathered for evening prayers at four Sunni mosques in Iraq killed 12 people on Tuesday, officials said. 

Iraqi Sunni Muslim men attend Friday prayers at the Abu Hanifa mosque in Baghdad's Adhamiya district on February 8, 2013. Bombs targeting worshippers gathered for evening prayers at three Sunni mosques in Iraq killed nine people on Tuesday, officials say.

A bomb exploded in the Omar bin Abdulaziz Mosqe in the northern city of Kiruk, while another blast struck near Al-Salihin Mosque close by, killing a total of seven people and wounding 31.

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