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Bombs Kill Four in Baghdad and Kirkuk

Insurgents detonated a car bomb Thursday near a U.S. military convoy in Baghdad and a roadside bomb exploded at a job recruiting center in the northern city of Kirkuk, in attacks that killed four people, police and officials said. Elsewhere, insurgents fired mortars at the provincial administration offices in the northern city of Mosul, wounding four of the governor’s guards, the U.S. military said. Governor Duraid Kashmoula was unhurt in the attack , said spokesman Lt. Col Paul Hastings. Initial reports said the mortar attack landed near a fuel truck, setting it ablaze, Hastings said. Full Story

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