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Iraqi officials are working to determine the authenticity of the video that purportedly shows the leader of the Islamic extremist group that has seized large swaths of the country delivering a sermon this week in the nation's second-largest city, authorities said Sunday.The 21-minute video said to show Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), was reportedly filmed Friday at the Great Mosque in the northern city of Mosul. A senior Iraqi intelligence official told the Associated Press Saturday that an initial analysis indicated that the man in the video was indeed Baghdadi.However, a government spokesman said Saturday that the video was falsified.
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