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Four Said Killed in Baghdad Explosion

An explosion destroyed a car near an entrance to the headquarters of the U.S.-led coalition Monday, killing four people, the military said. An Iraqi policeman said they were foreigners. About an hour later, at least two blasts were heard elsewhere in central Baghdad, and smoke rose from the vicinity of the Green Zone, which houses the coalition headquarters. A coalition spokeswoman said by telephone that she heard the blasts, but had no information on the cause. In the car explosion, American soldiers tried to pull the men from the shattered vehicle and quickly sealed off the area, said witness Kamel Raji. The blast occurred about 50 yards from one of the main entrances to the Green Zone. Full Story

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