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Bombs and Iraq

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- On the third anniversary of the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime, Iraqi authorities found the bodies of five men who appeared to be the latest victims of sectarian violence, and four civilians died in insurgent bomb blasts.
The fledgling Iraqi government, which is still bickering over the nominee for the nation's leader, had designated Sunday "Iraqi Freedom Day." A few Iraqis celebrated the occasion, which marked the day U.S. Marines hauled down a statue of Hussein in Firdos Square. "This is a dear day -- we got rid of the dictatorship," Fadhil Abul-Sebah told The Associated Press. "It doesn't mark the fall of Baghdad, it marks the fall of Saddam ... and the regime, because Baghdad will never fall." ........>>>>

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