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Iran fired a ground-to-ground missile into Baghdad, causing a huge explosion in a residential neighborhood of the Iraqi capital. There were no casualty reports after the attack, which Iran said was in retaliation for Iraqi air raids that killed at least 92 people and wounded more than 135 in the previous 24 hours. The Iranians said the non-nuclear missile attack, the third in 16 days, will be repeated if Iraq’s raids do not stop. Iraq, however, announced that its warplanes made new raids on six Iranian cities.


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