Passersby look at a motorcycle destroyed in a car bomb attack in Baghdad's Habibiya neighborhood, Iraq, Thursday, April 17, 2014. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)
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Suspected Sunni Muslim militants killed at least 30 people around Iraq on Thursday including 12 soldiers in an assault on a remote army base in the north, deepening insecurity with a national election just two weeks away.Early on Thursday morning, gunmen disguised in Iraqi military uniforms drove armoured vehicles, including Iraqi army Humvees, up to a small military base outside Mosul and opened fire, killing 12 soldiers and wounding about a dozen, army and police officers said on condition of anonymity.Suspected Sunni militants killed another 18 people in bomb and shooting attacks in other parts of Iraq on Thursday.
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