Car bomb in Baghdad kills at least 11, injures 58

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September 13, 2006 09:06

 
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A car bomb exploded in eastern Baghdad on Wednesday, killing at least 11 people and wounding another 58, police said. The bomb detonated in a large square used mostly as a parking lot near the main headquarters of Baghdad's traffic police department, police Cap. Mohammed Abdel-Ghani said. At least two of the dead were traffic police officers. In past years, the square was used to test people trying to get their drivers license.

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