File - A Peshmerga fighter stands behind a berm as other fighters cross a bridge near Islamic Stage (IS) group positions 20 kilometres south of Kirkuk on November 30, 2014. AFP PHOTO/ MARWAN IBRAHIM
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The first major attack in the disputed Iraqi city of Kirkuk in months killed 18 people Thursday, while two car bombs in a frequently targeted Shiite district of Baghdad left 15 dead.At least nine people were killed and 25 wounded in one blast, while at least six died and 22 were hurt in the other, a police colonel and a hospital source said.The last major bomb attack in Kirkuk was in August when triple blasts, including two targeting the Kurdish security forces, left 38 dead.
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