In this Friday, April 26, 2013 file photo, masked Sunni protesters wave Islamist flags while others chant slogans at an anti-government rally in Fallujah, 40 miles (65 kilometers) west of Baghdad, Iraq. (AP Photo/Bilal Fawzi, File)
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Two suicide bombers in Iraq killed at least 17 people in apparent revenge attacks after a major assault on a Sunni mosque heightened sectarian tensions.Shiite militiamen machinegunned 68 worshipers at a village mosque in Diyala Province Friday as politicians try to form a power-sharing government capable of countering Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria militants.An advance by ISIS through northern Iraq has alarmed the Baghdad government and its Western allies and drawn U.S. airstrikes in Iraq for the first time since the withdrawal of American troops in 2011 . Two of Iraq's most influential Sunni politicians suspended participation in talks on forming a new government after the militiamen carried out the mosque attack.
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