Bombs, rockets hit north Iraq's Mosul police HQ, 24 killed

By REUTERS
June 10, 2013 22:46

 
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BAGHDAD - Five car bombs, including several detonated by suicide attackers, and rockets hit a police headquarters in the Iraqi city of Mosul on Monday, killing at least 24 people, mostly policemen and soldiers, police and medical sources said.

Iraq is facing a surge in violence officials blame on al-Qaida's local wing and Sunni Islamist insurgents determined to drag the country into a sectarian civil war.

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