BAGHDAD, Dec 20 (KUNA) -- At least 12 Iraqis were killed and 31 others were
wounded in roadside bombs that ripped through Tuz-Khurmato, a Turkmen city in
north Iraq, security sources said Friday.
"At least eight civilians were killed and 24 others were injured when two
roadside bombs went off simultaneously in Tuz-khurmato," Iraqi police
reported. The police cordoned off the scene of the attacks while transferring
the casualties to the nearest hospital to received medical treatment.
Two hours after the attacks, another blast exploded in the same
neighborhood near a cemetery. It resulted in the killing of four civilians and
the injury of five others. (end)
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