News, March 2008
Balad Police Chief and Two Guards Killed in Iraq War Attack
5 wounded in clashes in Baghdad
Baghdad - Voices of Iraq
Friday , 21 /03 /2008 Time 3:41:54
Baghdad, Mar 21, (VOI) –
Clashes erupted between joint Iraqi-U.S. forces and unidentified gunmen in southwestern Baghdad on Friday morning, a security source said. "The al-Yarmuk hospital received five civilians wounded in those clashes," a medic from the hospital told Aswat al-Iraq – Voices of Iraq – (VOI). "Some of these injuries are serious," the medic added. A security source said the some of the areas in southwestern Baghdad were cordoned off to search for wanted persons, prompting clashes to break out. AE
Senior officer, 2 escorts killed in attack in Balad
Salah al-Din - Voices of Iraq
A senior officer and two of his escorts were
killed and two civilians wounded when his motorcade came under an armed
attack in Balad district, Salah al-Din province, on Thursday night,
"Two civilians who happened to be near the
attack site were wounded. Ambulances removed the bodies and the wounded
to a nearby hospital," the source said.
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