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A sea of pilgrims converged on a Baghdad shrine Tuesday for an annual Shiite religious commemoration, defying fears of further bomb attacks by Daesh (ISIS).The dayslong pilgrimage to mourn the A.D. 799 death of Imam Musa Kadhim came as Iraq wallowed in political limbo after the storming of parliament by protesters Saturday.Daesh has claimed two bombings targeting pilgrims in recent days that have killed at least 37 people, but the attacks have not deterred crowds of black-clad faithful from marching and beating their chests in mourning.Daesh has claimed multiple attacks in the Baghdad area targeting the pilgrims.
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