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Bombings as US casualties mount as Iraq has worst week yet
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Bombings as US casualties mount as Iraq has worst week yet

BAGHDAD AFP 05/10/2006 12:33 (OCT 5)

More blasts rocked Baghdad, spreading yet more carnage during what was already Iraq's worst week for bombings since the US invasion, and as American casualties continued to mount.



For the fourth time this year a bomb exploded in bustling Tehran Square in downtown Baghdad, wounding at least 20 day labourers waiting at a spot popular for seeking work, security and medical officials said.

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The latest attacks came after a US military spokesman told reporters that attacks by car bombs and roadside booby traps are running at an all-time high, three-and-a-half years after US-led forces overthrew Saddam Hussein.

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Since Monday, 14 US soldiers have been killed, mostly in Baghdad, in a spike in casualties that brought the number killed since March 2003 to 2,729, according to an АFР count based on Pentagon figures.


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