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Mortar Attack Near U.S. Baghdad HQ Wounds Four

A mortar bomb landed about 400 yards from the headquarters of the U.S.-led administration in Baghdad on Saturday, wounding four people, Iraqi police said. The four were employees queuing at a security checkpoint to get into the Iraqi Housing Ministry, a police officer said. The U.S. military had no immediate comment. Guerrillas regularly attack the headquarters, housed in a large compound known as the “Green Zone” in central Baghdad, with mortar rounds, but not all of them hit their target. This week a car was blown up by a bomb planted on a street leading to a main entrance to the Green Zone, killing a British security guard and a British employee of the U.S.-led administration. Full Story

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