Iraqi police: Four killed in car bomb

By AP, JPOST.COM STAFF
July 11, 2009 18:53

 
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At least four people were killed Saturday as a car bomb exploded in an alley in a Shi'ite village in northern Iraq, police said. Thirty-eight people were wounded and several shops and cars were also damaged in the 3 p.m. explosion in the village of Gugjeli, according to a police officer in Ninevah Province. Most of the victims were inside their homes when the bomb exploded near the main street of the village, about five kilometers east of the city of Mosul.

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