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Car bombs rock central Baghdad

Two car bombs exploded minutes apart Sunday in central Baghdad, wounding several Iraqi police officers, soldiers and civilians, according to Baghdad police. The first bomb, which exploded just after 1 p.m., wounded three traffic police, Baghdad police said. About 15 minutes later, a second car bomb went off near an Iraqi army patrol, wounding three soldiers and eight civilians, police said. On a highway east of Baghdad, a roadside bomb damaged an American tank, The Associated Press reported. There were no immediate reports of injuries. AP Television News footage and photos showed an Abrams battle tank in flames. Full Story

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