Blood stains the ground near a camouflage pad that was part of a U.S. soldier's uniform outside the city council building in Madain, Iraq, where a U.S.-allied Iraqi councilman killed two American soldiers and wounded three other soldiers and an interpreter Monday in a bizarre shooting spree, according to U.S. and Iraqi authorities.
Blood stains the ground near a camouflage pad that was part of a U.S. soldier's uniform outside the city council building in Madain, Iraq, where a U.S.-allied Iraqi councilman killed two American soldiers and wounded three other soldiers and an interpreter Monday in a bizarre shooting spree, according to U.S. and Iraqi authorities. Mohammed al Dulaimy / MCT
Blood stains the ground near a camouflage pad that was part of a U.S. soldier's uniform outside the city council building in Madain, Iraq, where a U.S.-allied Iraqi councilman killed two American soldiers and wounded three other soldiers and an interpreter Monday in a bizarre shooting spree, according to U.S. and Iraqi authorities. Mohammed al Dulaimy / MCT

U.S.-allied Iraqi politician kills 2 U.S. troops, wounds 4

June 23, 2008 10:28 AM

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