Sept. 30 - Emergency service workers try to contain damage in the aftermath of deadly bomb attacks in Iraq which have killed at least 32 people. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: A string of deadly bomb attacks killed more than 32 people across Iraq on Sunday, underscoring the government's struggle with a stubborn insurgency more than nine months after the last U.S. troops withdrew.
In Taji, 12 miles north of the capital Baghdad, bombs in three parked cars went off separately, killing 11 people and wounding 24, including several policemen.
Reuters footage of the scene of one of the explosions showed the remains of an exploded car surrounded by several completely and partially destroyed houses and cars.
Taji has one of Iraq's largest military airbases but the bombing hit a civilian neighborhood.
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