Posted by | September 19, 2010 10:09 | Filed under: Top Stories

In Baghdad, twin car bombs killed 31 people and wounded dozens of others.

The blasts were the worst to strike the Iraqi capital since the number of American troops in the country dropped below 50,000 and the U.S. declared a formal end to combat operations. The violence underlines the challenges Iraqi security officials face trying to stabilize Baghdad as U.S. forces drawdown and Iraq’s police and military assume responsibility for protecting the capital.

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