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Suicide bomber strikes Baghdad

A suicide car bomber has targeted the offices of Iraq’s former prime minister and a Sunni parliament member, killing two policemen, agencies report. Police and hospital officials said at least 12 people were wounded in addition to the deaths as a result of Tuesday morning’s attack. The bombing took place in western Baghdad, less than 150 yards from a series of buildings that included offices of Iyad Allawi, Iraq’s first post-Saddam prime minister and a secular Shia, and those of Saleh al-Mutlaq, leader of the National Dialogue Front, according to police. Full Story

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