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November 12, 2006 - MidEastWire.com Daily Iraq Monitor

November 12, 2006

Al Sharqiyah TV:

Strong explosions rocked the area of Al-Qadisiyah in western Baghdad when two suicide bombers blew themselves up inside a recruitment centre in the area. Iraqi Police said that 35 people were killed and 60 others wounded in the explosions.

Two explosions took place in eastern Baghdad this morning. An Interior Ministry source said that four people were killed and 10 others wounded in the explosion of a booby-trapped car which was followed by a bomb attack on the Muhammad al-Qasim highway in central Baghdad.

An explosive charge went off in the area of Camp Sara in southeastern Baghdad. An Interior Ministry source said that the explosion left three people dead and nine others wounded, including three seriously.

Police sources said that three people were killed and three others wounded when a bomb went off on Al-Rudwaniyah highway south of Baghdad.

In Al-Yusufiyah in southern Baghdad, three people were killed and 15 others wounded when a booby-trapped car exploded near a closed primary school in the town. - MIDEASTWIRE.COM, Middle East



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