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Violence In Iraq Kills More Civilians

14 March 2005 -- Several people were killed or injured in Iraq in separate attacks around the country.

In the northern city of Mosul, gunmen killed a cameraman working for a Kurdish television station.

In the capital Baghdad, two people were killed and two injured in a car bomb attack. A separate bombing -- apparently aimed at Health Ministry director Sa'd al-Amali -- wounded four of al-Amali's bodyguards.

Two Iraqi farmers were killed in a car bomb south of Baghdad, while a driver in a Turkish convoy of trucks was killed in a roadside bomb attack near Baiji in the north of the country.


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