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Two Blasts Wound Three U.S. Soliders in Iraq

Two separate blasts in central Iraq wounded three U.S. soldiers on Tuesday in an increasingly bloody guerrilla campaign against occupation forces in the Sunni Muslim heartland. In the first incident two U.S. soldiers were slightly wounded when an explosion damaged their Humvee vehicle on the outskirts of Baghdad, a U.S. military officer said. The second blast in Khan Dhari, some 20 miles west of Baghdad, was set off by an anti-tank mine, a rare tactic in a land where the rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) is the weapon of choice, soldiers said at the scene. U.S. forces were distributing water and propane gas in Khan Dhari when the anti-tank mine exploded under a Bradley fighting vehicle in an open field near the propane station. The ruined Bradley was left in a ditch, motor oil strewn about. Full Story

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