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One killed, 13 wounded by roadside, car bombs in Baghdad since late Saturday night
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09:14, March 09, 2009

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An Iraqi was Killed and at least 13 others were wounded in roadside bomb attacks in Baghdad since late Saturday night, a police source said Sunday.

A civilian was killed and eight wounded in two roadside bombs went off successively late on Saturday night near a police patrol in the Palestine Street in eastern Baghdad, the source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.

Five policemen were among the wounded people, he added.

On Sunday morning, three Awakening Council group members were also wounded by a roadside bomb explosion near their vehicle in Baghdad's western neighborhood of Ghazaliyah, according to the source.

Separately, an explosive charge planted in the car of an employee working in the Iraqi parliament detonated in the morning near the major hub of buses in the Allawi area in central Baghdad, wounding him and a passerby, said the source.

Despite the security gains in recent months in Iraq, there are still sporadic bombings, which shape setback to the Iraqi government.


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