Two suicide bombs strike central Baghdad

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Two suicide bombs exploded in the heart of central Baghdad on Sunday, killing at least 155 people. Analysts say more violence is expected in the run-up to January’s general election. We talk with Joost Hiltermann, deputy program director for the Middle East and North Africa with the International Crisis Group, and Jane Arraf, Christian Science Monitor correspondent in Iraq and Middle East editor for GlobalPost.

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