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Bomb hits oil pipeline south of Baghdad

A bomb targeting an oil pipeline south of Baghdad exploded Friday, sparking a fire and cutting supply to a major electricity station, but causing no casualties, police said. The bombed pipeline was on the outskirts of Musayyib, about 40 miles south of Baghdad, police Col. Salah Salman Mudir said. The pipeline feeds Musayyib’s electricity station, which provides power to the cities of Karbala, Najaf, Hillah and Diwaniyah, he said. Full Story

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