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Bombings against Iraq army kill 13: officers

Iraqi anti-terror police guard a checkpoint in Baghdad, on January 6, 2011. Bombings against the Iraqi army in the country's north have killed 13 people, most of them soldiers, officers and doctors have told AFP.

Iraqi anti-terror police guard a checkpoint in Baghdad, on January 6, 2011. Bombings against the Iraqi army in the country's north have killed 13 people, most of them soldiers, officers and doctors have told AFP.  (AFP/File)

Bombings against the Iraqi army in the country's north killed 13 people on Monday, most of them soldiers, officers and doctors said.

A car bomb attack on an army patrol killed 12 people and wounded 16 in the city of Mosul, while a roadside bomb killed a soldier and wounded two other people near the city.

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