Middle East

December 27, 2010

Coordinated bombings kill at least 14 in Iraq's Anbar province

For the second time this month, suicide bombers struck the provincial gvernment offices in Ramadi, killing 14 people and wounding dozens. The coordinated attacks outside the offices were the deadliest since Iraq's new government was announced last week. Ramadi is the capital of Anbar province, which was a hotbed of the Sunni Arab insurgency at the start of the war but had calmed in recent years.

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