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17 killed in attacks on Iraqi police stations, hospital

Four attackers were killed and 14 people wounded in an ambush on two Iraqi police stations, a day after at least 13 people died when a Baghdad hospital was car bombed, officials said. The violence flared as US and Iraqi troops battled to regain control of the rebel city of Fallujah, which has come to symbolise a potent insurgency that has scarred the country in the aftermath of last year’s US-led invasion. In the village of Buhruz near Baquba, north of Baghdad, armed men pounded a police station with rocket and gunfire, destroying the building, said an AFP correspondent at the scene. Another police station in the Wahdat area west of Baquba was attacked by between 10 and 15 gunmen. Full Story

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