BAGHDAD, June 28 (KUNA) -- A spate of bombings in various parts of Iraq
including the capital city killed at least 11 people, among them policemen and
wounded 39 others on Thursday.
Two improvised bomb-laden vehicles exploded in Albo Hussain town north of
the capital, resulting in killing two civilians and injuring 15 others. a
local police source told KUNA here.
The source added another civilian was killed and seven others were injured
when another car bomb exploded in Al-Washash area west of Baghdad.
Five mortar rounds landed in Al-Dolaie area, injuring two people including
material damage to a number of houses in the area, the source added.
In Ramadi, another police source told KUNA a suicide bomber detonated his
improvised car targeting a joint police-military vehicle at the western
entrance of Anbar province council in the city, killing two policemen, and
injuring six civilians.
In Al-Falouja, one of the biggest cities of Anbar province, three soldiers
were severely injured after another improvised vehicle exploded in Al-Shahdaa
area, south of the city.
An unknown gunmen killed two Al-Sahwa (Awakening) pro-government militiamen
at a checkpoint in northern Baghdad, the source added. (end)
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