Occupation forces block the entrances of the city 12 killed and 10 wounded of Falluja contingent
Iraq-USA, Military, 6/10/2004
The American occupation forces by cements blocked the entrances into Falluja where 12 members of "Falluja contingent" were killed and other 10 injured in mortars shelling attack.
The American soldiers prevented entry and exit to and from the city whose men carrying RPJ and light weapons were moving in the streets over the possibility of an attack, the American army denied of thinking to launch.
" Falluja contingent led by the former Lt. Gen. in the Iraqi army Muhammad Lteif announced earlier that 12 of its troops were killed and other 10 injured in an attack by mortars shelling targetted one of his camps in al- Saqlaweyah area to the north of the city. Lt. Gen. Lteif was not in the area at the time of the explosion which was the first of its kind to target al-Falluja contingent.
An officer in al-Falluja contingent said that it seemed that the attack was taregting the Marines forces but the shelling missed the target, explaining that a joint Iraqi- American patrol was presumed to run in the region at the time of the attack.
However, Iraqi medical sources announced that 11 Iraqis were killed in confrontations between the Ameican occupation forces and the Iraqi resistance men in Falluja on Tuesday.
Moreover, Iraqi officials said that two fires were extinguished, erupted from two attacks earlier yesterday against one oil pipeline nea Beiji refinery and another one linking Jeihan in Turkey and Karkouk oil fields.
The Polish army announced that the explosion which resulted in killing 6 soldiers of the occupation forces in Iraq: two Polish, one Latvian, three Slovak on Tuesday was a result of an mortars attack.
Meantime, the Iraqi police said that Iraqi resistance men were killed while implanting one explosive in Baouba on Tuesday following an explosion in the military base in the city that resulted in killing one Iraqi and one American soldier.
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