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Deadly Bombing Outside of Iraqi News Station
A homicide bomber driving a minibus blew himself up in front of the Baghdad office of the pan-Arab newschannel Al-Arabiya early Monday, killing six people, and burying a lawmaker alive under the rubble of his collapsed home.
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Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: A young girl lies injured after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck outside the office of the Al-Arabiya television station in Baghdad, Iraq. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: A man lies injured after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck outside the office of the Al-Arabiya television station in Baghdad, Iraq.. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: Paramedics carry a body on a stretcher outside the offices of the Al-Arabiya television station after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: Paramedics carry a body on a stretcher outside the offices of the Al-Arabiya television station after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck in Baghdad, Iraq. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: An Iraqi soldier stands guard outside the office of the Al-Arabiya television station after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck in Baghdad, Iraq. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

Ju;y 26: Iraqi army soldiers stand near a massive crater outside the office of the Al-Arabiya television station after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck in Baghdad, Iraq. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: An Iraqi soldier stands guard outside the office of the Al-Arabiya television station after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck in Baghdad, Iraq. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: Iraqi army soldiers and others stand outside the office of the Al-Arabiya television station after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck in Baghdad, Iraq. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Bombing Outside Iraqi News Station

July 26: Iraqi army soldiers stand in the ruins of the office of the Al-Arabiya television station after a homicide bomber driving a minibus struck in Baghdad, Iraq. The bomber was apparently waved through the first checkpoint at the Al-Arabiya television station after security guards checked his identification, said Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi. The blast killed and injured several people at the popular Arabic-language satellite news channel early Monday.

(AP)

Deadly Bombing Outside of Iraqi News Station

A homicide bomber driving a minibus blew himself up in front of the Baghdad office of the pan-Arab newschannel Al-Arabiya early Monday, killing six people, and burying a lawmaker alive under the rubble of his collapsed home.

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