Suicide truck bomb kills at least six in Iraq

April 24, 2007 18:11


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A suicide truck bomb exploded on the outskirts of Ramadi City in Iraq on Tuesday, killing at least six people and wounding 25, police said. The fuel tanker blast occurred about 6 p.m., five kilometers north of Ramadi, which is the capital of Anbar province and a frequent target of attacks by insurgents, said police supervisor Col. Tariq Youssef, who provided the casualty figures.

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