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Baghdad bomb kills eight
Cat : Victims Of Nazi Bush
Date : 2006-09-06 12:54:45                      Reader : 358
Why UN keeps silent towards Nazi crimes of Bush / Blair in Iraq ?!!. We appeal Iraqis to unite and fight strongly against foreign troops as well s the seven military bases under construction of Nazi Bush.

Victims Of Nazi Bush

REUTERS 6/9/2006

Baghdad bomb kills eight


BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A car bomb killed eight Iraqi civilians and wounded 38 others in northern Baghdad's Qahira district on Wednesday, police said.

The car bomb was detonated by remote control on the side of a busy road during morning rush hour. A second bomb detonated as police cordoned off the scene of the attack but it did not cause further casualties.

An Interior Ministry source who quoted hospital tallies said six people were killed in the bomb blasts and 46 wounded. Varying casualty tolls among Iraqi officials are common.

Police are worried of an increase in violence ahead of a large Shi'ite festival on Friday that is expected to attract hundreds of thousands to commemorate the birth of a revered Shi'ite Imam.

"We are expecting more attacks in the coming two days because of the Shaabaniya festival," he said.

Sunni insurgents fighting the Shi'ite-led Iraqi government often launch bomb attacks in crowded streets.

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