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Bomb Targeted at U.S. Convoy Kills Iraqi

A roadside bomb targeted at a passing U.S. military convoy exploded in a densely populated Baghdad neighborhood Tuesday, killing an Iraqi man working in a nearby shop. The attack in the Karrada neighborhood shattered windows on the busy street and shattered a concrete road median, but did not wound any U.S. troops. “They’ve not killed any Americans, just Iraqis as usual,” said Karim Abbas, a shopkeeper. “We consider it terrorism.” Roadside bombs have become the preferred weapon of anti-American guerrillas who cannot match the overwhelming firepower of the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq. Full Story

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