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Insurgent Attacks Kill 11 Near Baghdad

Roadside bomb blasts, shootings and rocket-propelled grenade attacks killed at least 11 people north of Baghdad, including a police officer’s four children, officials said Sunday. Insurgents fired rocket propelled grenades at the home of an Iraqi police officer in Balad Ruz, 45 miles northeast of Baghdad, said a spokesman for the Iraqi police Joint Coordination Center. The officer’s children, ages 6 to 11, and their uncle were killed, the spokesman said on condition of anonymity due to fears of reprisal attacks. The officer was unharmed, but his wife was wounded. Full Story

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