Tuesday, April 12, 2011

We present new attacks in Iraq

At least four people were killed and six injured in separate attacks in different parts of Iraq, said Interior Ministry source said. At least one civilian was killed and two others were wounded by the explosion of a limpet bomb in the car they were traveling down the avenue 14 of Ramadan in western Baghdad.

In similar attacks killed a driver and a police officer in the Daura district in the south of the capital, and Fallujah, 50 kilometers west of Baghdad, respectively. Next to the police officer wounded two policemen, the source added. The outbreak of another sticky bomb in a minibus killing one civilian injured in Bohoroz, 10 miles northwest of Baquba, capital of the eastern province of Diyala.

On the other hand, a woman aged about 30 was killed by gunfire from an unknown person near his home in the area of Al Abara, 13 miles northeast of Baquba. And a farmer was injured by the explosion of a device on his farm in the village of Abu Karma, 25 miles northwest of the capital of Diyala.

These victims are added to the six dead, including five Iraqi soldiers, recorded early this morning in two separate attacks near Baghdad.

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