October 13, 2008
Bombs in Baghdad, Mosul Kill 13, Injure Dozens More
The Associated Press
Suicide car bombers struck twice Sunday in the northern city of Mosul, killing at least six people and wounding dozens of others, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. A car bomb killed seven other people in Baghdad.
Two Iraqi soldiers were killed by snipers in separate attacks Sunday in the capital's Yarmouk district, police said.
The first attack in Mosul occurred when a suicide car bomber attacked a U.S. patrol, the U.S. military said. There were no American casualties, but five Iraqis were killed, including three young boys, the United States said. The attack also killed the bomber.
Another suicide car bomber targeted Iraqi police in Mosul. Twenty- five people were wounded, the U.S. said.
In Baghdad, a parked car bomb exploded in a commercial street in the Bayaa district, killing seven people and wounding nine others, police said. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not supposed to release the information.
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