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Car Bomb In Baghdad Kills At Least Seven

Iraqi security officers guard the scene of a roadside bombing in Baghdad on 7 February (file photo) (epa) 10 February 2006 -- Iraqi authorities say a car bomb today killed at least seven people in Baghdad and wounded more than 20 others.

The bomb went off as worshippers were leaving a Shi'ite mosque after prayers in the capital's Al-Dura district, one of the most violent areas of Baghdad.

The explosion occurred as Iraq's electoral commission announced the final results of December's parliamentary elections, which confirmed the dominance of the ruling Shi'ite Alliance.

(AFP, Reuters)

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