Monday, April 4, 2011

Two U.S. military killed in Iraq

Baghdad. .- Two U.S. soldiers have died in Iraq by "indirect fire", a term used by the U.S. military to describe rocket or mortar attacks. These two deaths have been reported by the U.S. Army itself, which does not give more details about the incident. Moreover, two policemen, a soldier and a civilian were also wounded on Saturday by the explosion of a limpet bomb placed on a vehicle in an Iraqi Army security checkpoint located in the city of Ramadi, west of Baghdad.

Finally, two men were wounded by the explosion of a mortar shell that hit last night in a house in Kirkuk in northern Iraq, police reported.

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