Iraq: Suicide car bombers kill 10, wound 17

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October 9, 2007 09:17

 
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A minibus laden with explosives slammed into the house of a local police chief on Tuesday, while minutes later, a Toyota Land Cruiser blew up outside the home of a Sunni official in a northern Iraqi city, police said. The morning attacks in Beiji, a Sunni city 250 kilometers north of Baghdad, claimed at least 10 lives and wounded 17 people, police said.


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