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Iraq's interior minister summoned dozens of journalists Wednesday to partially blame them for security force setbacks amid the war against ISIS, laying bare the Baghdad's Shiite-led government sensitivity to criticism.Propaganda by ISIS militants, including their slickly produced online videos of mass killings and other atrocities, has been a major preoccupation of the government lately.Several journalists present at the meeting told the minister he was blaming journalists for the government's own security setbacks.
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