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Topic - Eid Ul-Fitr
Officials say a wave of bombings around the Iraqi capital of Baghdad have killed 33 people celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
The carnage in Afghanistan continued unabated on a major Muslim holiday on Sunday as attackers killed two pairs of brothers with links to the government and three NATO service members.
Syrian President Bashar Assad attended prayers in a Damascus mosque to mark the start of a Muslim holiday on Sunday, his first appearance in public since the bombing last month that killed four of his top security officials.
A bomb struck the convoy of a senior Sunni cleric in western Baghdad on Sunday morning, killing four and critically wounding the anti-extremist Muslim leader, police said.
The carnage in Afghanistan continued unabated Sunday on a major Muslim holiday, as attackers killed two pairs of brothers with links to the government and three NATO service members.
Libyan rebels pledged Tuesday to launch an assault within days on Moammar Gadhafi's hometown, the ousted strongman's last major bastion of support.