Iraq sectarian violence: 2 attacks kill 67 people

April 14, 2007 13:45


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Two terror attacks killed at least 67 people in Iraq on Saturday. A car bomb exploding near a bus station in Karbala, one of the Shi'ites' holiest sites, killed at least 56 people. Shortly afterwards a main bridge over the Tigris river in Baghdad collapsed in a blast, killing 11 people. Iraqi officials expressed fears that insurgents were escalating their struggle by targeting the country's most important sites.

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