BAGHDAD — Iraqi officials: At least 30 dead in wave of evening car bombings in Baghdad commercial areas.
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Iraq on Thursday marked the anniversary of the 1958 overthrow of the monarchy and recent victories over the extremist Islamic State group with a military parade staged in central Baghdad amid tight security.
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