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U.S. gov’t office in Iraq attacked

The U.S. government’s office in central Iraq came under mortar fire early Saturday, an attack that touched off a blaze in part of the complex, Iraqi police said. There was no immediate word on damage or casualties. The mortar attack was at least the second reported in recent weeks against the U.S. office in Hillah, which oversees government and diplomatic interests in the central Euphrates region, about 60 miles south of Baghdad. Nine of the 10 mortar bombs fired landed inside the complex, police Capt. Muthanna Khalid Ali said. Full Story

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