More than 10,000 people backing Sunni Arab and secular Shiite politicians marched through Baghdad on Tuesday in support of a national unity government. Attacks on security forces continued, with four Iraqi police and two bystanders killed early Tuesday. Violence increased across Iraq after a lull following the Dec. 15 parliamentary elections, with at least two dozen people, including a U.S. soldier, killed in shootings and bombings Monday mostly targeting the Shiite-dominated security services
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