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BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- In northern Baghdad, gunmen kidnapped Gen. Abdullah Ishada, head of Baghdad's residency office, when he was en route to work Wednesday morning, Iraqi Emergency Police said.

The residency office is a part of Iraq's Interior Ministry.

A roadside bomb exploded in southeastern Baghdad, killing one civilian.

Police recovered five bodies across the Iraqi capital Wednesday. All had been shot and showed signs of torture.

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