Bomb kills 15 in fish market south of Baghdad

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December 30, 2006 09:49

 
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A bomb planted aboard a minibus exploded in a fish market south of Baghdad on Saturday, killing 15 people, a hospital official said. The explosion occurred in Kufa, 160 kilometers (100 miles) south of the Iraqi capital. The 15 dead included three women and four children, said Haidr Nahi, service director of the al-Furat al-Awssat Hospital. Some 25 others were wounded, he said.

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