Baghdad: Roadside bomb kills US soldier

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June 24, 2006 13:40

 
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A roadside bomb killed a US soldier in central Baghdad, while another soldier died in a "non-combat incident," the US military said in separate statements Saturday. One Multi-National Division-Baghdad soldier was killed at about 2:45 a.m. Friday in the capital, according to the statement. The attack occurred hours before clashes broke out on a volatile street near the heavily guarded Green Zone, prompting the Iraqi government to impose a curfew.

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