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At Least 10 Killed In Baghdad Car Bombing

The site of today's car bomb explosion (epa) February 28, 2007 -- At least 10 people have been killed in a car bomb blast on a busy market street in Baghdad's Bayaa neighborhood.

The latest attack follows reports on February 27 of a car bomb that killed 18 people, mostly children, in the town of Al-Ramadi.

Meanwhile, a U.S. military statement says troops killed eight suspected Al-Qaeda militants and captured six in air and ground raids in Taji, north of Baghdad.

(AP, AFP, Reuters)

On The Verge Of Civil War

On The Verge Of Civil War

The Imam Al-Mahdi Army on parade (epa)

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