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Guerrilla Rocket Attack in Iraq Kills 2, Wounds 13

Guerrillas fired rockets at the city hall building in Mosul on Saturday, killing two people and wounding 13, in another deadly attack on Iraqis working with U.S.-led occupation forces. Colonel Shamil Ahmad, head of the city hall police department, said a child and two police were among the wounded. He said at least three attackers launched two Katyusha rockets, which hit the outer blast walls protecting the building. Guerrilla attacks in Mosul, 390 km (240 miles) north of Baghdad, have killed several people this month including four U.S. missionaries shot dead in their car. In another incident in the city on Saturday, police fought a shoot-out with a criminal gang that had stolen 62 million dinars ($44,000) in money for government salaries. A policeman and a robber were killed, and two gang members captured, police said. Full Story

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