A suicide bomb attack has killed at least 11 Iraqis and injured dozens of coalition soldiers at a Polish army base at Hilla, officials say. A coalition spokeswoman said the dead included women and children and the toll was expected to rise as bodies were pulled out of damaged buildings. A lorry laden with about 700kg of explosives blew up after ramming into another vehicle at the perimeter. The coalition says 58 soldiers and 44 Iraqi civilians were injured. A Polish logistical base called Camp Charlie was targeted, about 100 km (60 miles) south of Baghdad, at 0715 (0415GMT) on Wednesday. Four homes near the base reportedly collapsed in the blast. Full Story
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