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September 7, 2006 - MidEastWire.com Daily Iraq Monitor

September 7, 2006

Al Sharqiyah TV:

A suicide bomber attacked a gas station this morning, east of Baghdad. A suicide bomber driving a booby-trapped car broke into the gas station, resulting in the martyrdom of 10 people and the wounding of 17 others.

Al-Bayya and Al-Sihha areas, southwest of Baghdad, are now calm after the flare-up of violent incidents yesterday evening due to the fall of mortar shells on a funeral house. Clashes erupted yesterday evening in Al-Bayya after the fall of mortar shells on a funeral house, which later developed into an attack on Al-Fattah Mosque in the area - something that required the intervention of police and army forces to restore stability to the area.

Gunmen yesterday assassinated a Health Ministry employee, who used to run Al-Bayya Pharmacy, after receiving many threats that he will be killed if he does not quit his job.

Unknown people abducted the nephew of MP Mahmud al-Mashhadani in Baghdad. Gnmen abducted yesterday evening Ahmad al-Mashhadani, nephew of Mahmud al-Mashhadani, from Al-Hurriyah area, west of Baghdad.

An explosive charge went off in Al-Bayya neighbourhood south of Baghdad, burning a minibus and causing damage to a private vehicle and to nearby buildings and houses. Two civilians were martyred in the explosion and six others were wounded. - MIDEASTWIRE.COM, Middle East

 

 

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