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A group led by al Qaeda ally Abu Musab al-Zarqawi has claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing which killed three British troops in Iraq.
The younger brother of Private Paul Lowe, 19, a Black Watch soldier himself who only recently returned from Basra, said his "brother, comrade and friend" had died in a war over "oil and money" and demanded his regiment return home.
Martin McArdle said he feared the situation would become another Vietnam and that the conflict was "George Bush's war". Of Mr Blair, he said: "I just hope he can live with himself."
TWO British soldiers have been seriously injured in a suicide car bomb attack in central Iraq.
The Ministry of Defence said the attack occurred near Camp Dogwood, the temporary base of the Black Watch regiment 48km southwest of Baghdad.
A spokesman said the incident happened within the battle group's area of operations but could not confirm whether there had been any casualties.