The crater outside the Hamra Hotel in Baghdad after a car bomb exploded there Monday, Jan. 25, 2009. The Hamra used to be McClatchy's Baghdad headquarters. McClatchy moved last month. Three hotels popular with Westerners were targeted on Monday, killing 31 people.
The crater outside the Hamra Hotel in Baghdad after a car bomb exploded there Monday, Jan. 25, 2009. The Hamra used to be McClatchy's Baghdad headquarters. McClatchy moved last month. Three hotels popular with Westerners were targeted on Monday, killing 31 people. Laith Hammoudi / MCT
The crater outside the Hamra Hotel in Baghdad after a car bomb exploded there Monday, Jan. 25, 2009. The Hamra used to be McClatchy's Baghdad headquarters. McClatchy moved last month. Three hotels popular with Westerners were targeted on Monday, killing 31 people. Laith Hammoudi / MCT

30 dead as Iraq bombs target hotels popular with Westerners

January 25, 2010 12:14 PM

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