A fuel truck loaded with explosives blew up near a police station in southwest Baghdad early Monday, killing at least nine people and injuring more than 62 others, according to the Iraqi Health Ministry.
A car bomb killed ten people when it exploded in a city northwest of Baghdad Thursday, marking the latest attack in the ongoing insurgency against the new Iraqi government and American forces still in the war-torn nation.
Eleven people died and at least 30 were injured in a suicide attack near the headquarters of the new Iraqi government and the U.S. Embassy.
Two vehicles packed with explosives detonated in and near Baghdad Thursday, killing at least 41 people and wounding more than 100.
A suicide car bomb ripped into a coalition convoy in Baghdad Monday, killing at least 12 people including an American and four other foreign contractors working to rebuild Iraq's power plants.
A car bomb exploded near a U.S.-Iraqi base in Baghdad Sunday, killing at least 12 Iraqis and wounding 13. Gunmen killed a senior Education Ministry official in the second assassination in as many days.
Gunmen overran and blew up a police station south of Baghdad Friday in the fourth such attack against Iraqi security installations over the last week.
A roadside bomb outside the U.S.-led coalition headquarters in Baghdad destroyed an armored civilian car and killed two British citizens Monday.
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and armed forces chief Gen. Richard Myers made an unannounced visit to Baghdad Thursday.
By PBS NewsHour
As the United States launched a new assault against Shiite forces near Najaf Thursday, a suicide bomber killed one U.S. soldier and five Iraqi civilians in a brazen attack on the heavily fortified safe zone in Baghdad.
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