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Seven killed in Iraqi bomb blasts.
« on: April 23, 2010, 05:49:56 AM »

Only seven killed??? Still that's seven less quranimals to deal with.

Seven people in Iraq have been killed and at least 10 wounded in a series of co-ordinated bomb blasts in Iraq's western Anbar province, officials say.

At least six home-made bombs went off in the town of Khaldiya, 25km (15miles) east of the town of Ramadi.

They were planted among several houses belonging to police officers and a judge.

It is not known if the judge and the police officers were killed, but relatives of both were casualties.

The bombings come less than a week after Iraqi and US forces said they killed the two highest-ranking al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq.

Anbar province, a vast area to the west of Baghdad stretching to the Syrian, Jordanian and Saudi Arabian borders, is more peaceful now than it was a few years ago, when it was at the centre of Iraq's Sunni insurgency.

But relatively small-scale bombings of this kind are still common and often blamed on - but rarely claimed by - al-Qaeda or its affiliates, says the BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse in Baghdad.
Dan - Stay calm and be brave in order to judge correctly and make the right decision