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Mortars set fire to U.S. base in Iraq

Two mortar rounds hit a U.S. military post in eastern Baghdad on Sunday, setting it on fire, police and witnesses said. A large cloud of black smoke was seen rising above Baladiyat, a predominantly Shiite area of capital, at about 3 p.m. Lt. Col. Scott Bleichwehl, a U.S. military spokesman, confirmed that “indirect fire rounds” had landed in the vicinity of the coalition forward operating base, but he refused to describe the results of the attack, saying that would allow “the enemy” to assess its effectiveness. Full Story

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