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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki attends the Convergence of religions conference in Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, April 27, 2013. Gunmen killed 10 people in Iraq, including five soldiers near the main Sunni protest camp west of Baghdad, the latest in a wave of violence that has raised fears the country faces a new round of sectarian bloodshed. The attack on the army intelligence soldiers in the former insurgent stronghold of Ramadi drew a quick response from al-Maliki, whose Shiite-led government has been the target of rising Sunni anger over perceived mistreatment.(AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki attends the Convergence of religions conference in Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, April 27, 2013. Gunmen killed 10 people in Iraq, including five soldiers near the main Sunni protest camp west of Baghdad, the latest in a wave of violence that has raised fears the country faces a new round of sectarian bloodshed. The attack on the army intelligence soldiers in the former insurgent stronghold of Ramadi drew a quick response from al-Maliki, whose Shiite-led government has been the target of rising Sunni anger over perceived mistreatment.(AP Photo/Karim Kadim)
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki attends the Convergence of religions conference in Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, April 27, 2013. Gunmen killed 10 people in Iraq, including five soldiers near the main Sunni protest camp west of Baghdad, the latest in a wave of violence that has raised fears the country faces a new round of sectarian bloodshed. The attack on the army intelligence soldiers in the former insurgent stronghold of Ramadi drew a quick response from al-Maliki, whose Shiite-led government has been the target of rising Sunni anger over perceived mistreatment.(AP Photo/Karim Kadim)
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