Bomb in Kurdish town north of Baghdad kills 1 civilian, wounds 17

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October 12, 2007 10:52

A bomb planted among toys near a children's playground in a predominantly Kurdish town north of Baghdad killed one civilian Friday and wounded 17 others, including five children, a police officer said. The bomb went off in the morning hours in the town of Tuz Khormato, 210 kilometers north of Baghdad, said police Col. Abbas Mohammed. The explosive device was left in a cart with toys on the sidewalk, some 300 meters from a park where children were playing.


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