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UPDATED: 09:20, February 04, 2007
U.S. condemns suicide attack in Baghdad
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The White House strongly condemned the suicide attack in central Baghdad on Saturday that left at least 95 people killed and 200 others wounded.

"Another atrocity in Baghdad today has targeted the innocent people of Iraq. Free nations of the world must not stand by while terrorists commit mass murder in an attempt to derail democratic progress in Iraq and throughout the greater Middle East," the White House said in a statement.

"The United States stands with the people of Iraq. We will support the freely elected Iraqi government and its security forces, to help bring those responsible for today's atrocity to justice and to deliver greater security to the people of Baghdad," the statement said.

The heavy death toll came after a truck bomb went off at the Sadriyah busy market of in central Baghdad on Saturday. A number of large bombings have taken place in the area recently.

Source: Xinhua


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