Car bombs hit Iraq-Jordan border crossing at Tureibil, killing 4

By REUTERS
April 25, 2015 15:46

 
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BAGHDAD - Three suicide car bombs exploded at the Tureibil border crossing between Iraq and Jordan on Saturday, killing at least four security forces and wounding 18 others, a witness and a source in the border police said.

The police source said the attack targeted an army barracks nearby and was perpetrated by Islamic State. There was no initial claim of responsibility from the group of radical jihadists.

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