An Iraqi policeman inspects the debris of a vehicle following a blast in Baquba, the provincial capital of the Diyala province, on February 23, 2012. (AFP/STR)
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A United Nations employee abducted north of Baghdad last year was murdered, the U.N.'s Iraq mission said Tuesday, condemning the killing and calling on authorities to investigate.U.N. Iraq representative Jan Kubis said the mission had made repeated unsuccessful appeals to the authorities following Kaissy's abduction.The U.N. suffered one of the worst attacks in its history in Iraq in 2003 when a suicide bomber detonated an explosives-rigged truck at the Canal Hotel in the Iraqi capital.
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