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March violence lowest since U.S. invasion
BAGHDAD — The number of Iraqis killed in violence in March was the lowest monthly figure since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion that ousted dictator Saddam Hussein, official figures released on Sunday showed.
In total, 112 Iraqis - including 78 civilians, 22 policemen and 12 soldiers - died in attacks nationwide, according to figures compiled by the ministries of health, interior and defense.
The previous low for a month was in November 2009, when 122 people died.
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