Bombardment for the national guards in Baghdad, explosions in Musil
Iraq, Military, 12/10/2004
Three civilians were killed and other five were injured in Baghdad in an attack by mortars at the headquarters of the national guard in al-Wazireyah area to the north of the capital near the Italian embassy headquarters.
Two Iraqi citizens were killed and a third was injured as a result of a bomb explosion that targeted one American military procession in al-Doura area and the attack resulted in injuring two American soldiers.
In Musil city to the north of Baghdad, several Iraqis were injured when a booby trapped car went off in the crowded market in the city.
A source in the Iraqi police said that the explosion took place in a market for fruits and vegetables to the east of the city. One American army officer said the explosion took place earlier in the day resulted in injuring two civilians.
One Iraqi was slightly injured by a booby trapped car when one American convoy was running in the agricultural quarters to the north of the city yesterday.
The city of Sameraa to the north of Baghdad witnessed attacks carried out by gunmen at a police center after they had confiscated its weapons and they then destroyed the center. The attackers exchanged fire with the American forces and the national guards forces. This resulted in killing at least five Iraqis and the resignation of the city's police commander Taleb Shamel Samera.
In al-Ramadi city to the west of Baghdad, three persons were killed in clashes between gunmen and the American forces.
Witnesses said that several gunmen in the city were able to burn one American vehicle at the western entrance of the city, while cars for the Iraqi police were burnt in the downtown of the city.
To the south of Baghad, the national guards on Thursday evening arrested Ahmad al-Oqabi, the official for al-Sader office near Karbelaa. This was three weeks after the detention of al-Sader representative in the same area, according to a source from al-Sader trend.
The national guards arrested on November 19, Sheikh Kazem al-Shafe the representative of al-Sader in al-Husenieh area.
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