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A suicide bomber killed at least 27 Shiite militiamen Monday outside the Iraqi town of Jurf al-Sakhar, after security forces pushed ISIS militants out of the area over the weekend, army and police sources said, and a car bomb in Baghdad killed 15 .It could also allow Iraqi forces to sever ISIS connections to their strongholds in western Anbar province and stop them infiltrating the mainly Shiite Muslim south.In order to stabilize Iraq, Abadi, a Shiite, must win over Sunnis, especially from Anbar, who have long believed Shiite leaders have a sectarian agenda.Six members of the Iraqi security forces were killed, police said.
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