Iraq: Police report 2 dead, 4 wounded in clashes

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March 25, 2007 15:25

 
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Gunmen and Iraqi security forces clashed Sunday as US attack helicopters buzzed overhead in a Sunni area in central Baghdad, and police said at least two people were killed and four wounded. The fighting started about 1:30 p.m. when gunmen attacked Iraqi army patrols in the Fadhil neighborhood, which sits on the east side of the Tigris River, police said. The US military had no immediate comment.

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