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The Jordan River is the Utah Lake's only outflow, and originates at the northern end of the lake between the cities of Lehi and Saratoga Springs. It then meanders north through the Utah Valley for approximately 8 miles (13 km) until it passes through a gorge in the Traverse Mountains, known as the Jordan Narrows. The Utah National Guard base at Camp Williams lies on the western side of the river through much of the Jordan Narrows.[6][7] The Turner Dam, located 41.8 miles (67.3 km) from the river's mouth (or at river mile 41.Cool and within the boundaries of the Jordan Narrows, is the first of two dams of the Jordan River. The Turner dam diverts water to the right or easterly into the East Jordan Canal and to the left or westerly toward the Utah and Salt Lake Canal. Two pumping stations, situated next to the Turner Dam, divert water to the west into the Provo Reservoir Canal, Utah Lake Distribution Canal and Jacob-Welby Canal. The Provo Reservoir Canal runs north through Salt Lake County, Jacob-Welby runs south through Utah County and the Utah Lake Distribution Canal runs both north and south eventually leading back into Utah Lake.[8] Outside the narrows, the river reaches the second dam, known as the Joint Dam, which is 39.9 miles (64.2 km) from the river's mouth. The Joint Dam diverts water to the east for the Jordan and Salt Lake City Canals and to the west for the South Jordan Canal

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Post  nirvana on Sun Dec 05, 2010 12:25 pm

Baghdad bombs hit Iranian Shia pilgrims

Attacks in Baghdad are down in recent weeks but still remain a deadly threat
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Bombs kill Shia pilgrims in Iraq
A series of bombings across Baghdad has killed at least 13 people, including six or more Shia pilgrims from Iran.

Five Iranians were killed by two bombs near a house used by pilgrims near an important Shia shrine in the city's Kadhimiya district, police said.

In the northern Shula district, a car bomb struck a coach of pilgrims, killing two people. Another car bomb elsewhere killed six people.

Correspondents say overall, attacks are down in Baghdad in recent weeks.

Police officials said more than 100 people were injured in the string of bombings.

The Kadhimiya district houses the Moussa al-Kadhim shrine, one of several Shia holy sites that attract hundreds of thousands of pilgrims, most of them Iranian, every year.

The pilgrims, as well as Iraq's Shia population, have been targeted in the past by insurgents in Iraq.

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