New blast hits central Baghdad, killing at least 5

By AP
January 26, 2010 12:00

 
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A suicide car bomber killed at least five people Tuesday in a strike against Interior Ministry offices in central Baghdad, a day after several prominent hotels we're also hit by suicide attacks, officials said.

This week's bombings - all against prominent and heavily fortified targets - dealt yet another blow to an Iraqi government struggling to answer for security lapses that have allowed bombers to carry out a number of massive attacks in the heart of the capital since August.

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