Dozens were killed after a car bomb attack on a Police Station in Baghdad, Iraq. Officially 6 so far have been confirmed dead and 35 injured, some
critically. This all took place as Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld made an unannounced visit to Iraq
In the Kirkuk blast, an explosives-laden white Oldsmobile crashed through the front gates of the police compound, detonating inside the courtyard
but before reaching the station itself, the 4th ID said. The attack took place about 8:45 a.m. (12:45 a.m. ET) in a Kurdish section of the city.
A U.S. quick reaction force is on the scene, but Iraqi police are taking the lead in the case, American military officials said.
Attacks in the past have targeted large gatherings of Iraqis, resulting in high numbers of dead and injured. Police stations in Iraq have been
Meanwhile, forensic investigators in the United States say identical technology appears to have been adopted in bombs used in terror attacks on
various continents in recent years.
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