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September 24, 2010 10:05 AM

Round-up of Daily Violence in Iraq - Friday 24 September, 2010

A roadside bomb targeted a civilian car on Muhammed al Qassim highway, near Zayuna, east Baghdad, Thursday evening. The car was carrying a civilian, Anmar Taha, his wife, their two children and his two nephews. All four children (under 12) were killed, and Taha and his wife were severely injured. The explosion also injured two civilian pedestrians. Three Katyusha rockets slammed into three different locations at around dawn, Friday; the first hit the river bank near Waziriyah; north Baghdad, the second hit the Green Zone, and no casualties were reported; and the third landed near Layla building in Karrada, injuring one civilian.

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