Clashes in al-Ramadi, two Iraqi police men killed, American wounded
Iraq, Military, 10/30/2004
Two Iraqi police men were killed and other six injured including two American soldiers in clashes in al-Ramadi to the west of Iraq on Friday evening. Witnesses said that these clashes erupted in the west quarters of the city which have been witnessing an escalation as two persons were killed and 8 injured, three of them were American marines on Thursday.
For his part, one American military spokesman said that one mortar shelling blew up at the headquarters of the municipal council when one explosive targeted one armored vehicle.
In southern Baghdad, in which seemed the first loss in the British forces which arrived there to support the American forces, one military spokesman announced the killing of one British soldiers and injuring other three on Friday evening in what was described a traffic incident rather than "a hostile action," against the Black Watch squad.
Not far from the region, two Iraqi policemen were killed in al-Lteifeyah and bodies of three tightened men were found in al-Lteifeyah and Alexandria towns.
In Baghdad cautious calm prevails al-Sader city where fire was halted since October 7th. Sheikh Abdul Hadi al-Darraji, the spokesman for the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sader said it is ruled out to resume the fighting, but he urged the government to meet its promises to release aides of al-Sader who are held by the American forces.
In al-Musil to the north of Iraq, one Iraqi was killed and other 10 injured including five American soldiers in two booby trapped car explosions when two American squads entered the city. Gunmen killed one Turkish truck driver in al-Yarmouk area in the downtown of the city and set fire in his truck.
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