The following is a list of some of the other deadly attacks in Iraq:

— Feb. 28, 2005: Bomb attack targeting police and national guard recruits kills at least 110 in Hillah, while another blast at a police checkpoint kills one south of Baghdad.

— Feb. 18, 2005: Two bombers attack two mosques, leaving 28 people dead, while an explosion near Shiite ceremony leaves two dead.

— Feb. 8, 2005: A bomber blows himself up in the middle of a crowd of army recruits, killing 21 people.

— Dec. 19, 2004: Car bombs tear through a Najaf funeral procession and Karbala's main bus station, killing at least 60 people and wounding more than 120 in the two Shiite holy cities.

— Sept. 30, 2004: A series of bombs in Baghdad's al-Amel neighborhood kill 35 children and seven adults as U.S. troops hand out candy at a government ceremony to inaugurate a new sewage treatment plant.

— Sept. 14, 2004: A car bomb rips through a busy market near a Baghdad police headquarters where Iraqis were waiting to apply for jobs, and gunmen open fire on a van carrying police home from work in Baqouba, killing at least 59 people total and wounding at least 114.

— Aug. 26, 2004: A mortar barrage slams into a mosque filled with Iraqis preparing to march on the embattled city of Najaf, killing 27 people and wounding 63.

— July 29, 2004: A car bomb devastates a busy street in Baqouba, killing 70 people.

— April 21, 2004: Five blasts near police stations and police academy in southern city of Basra kill at least 55 people.

— March 2, 2004: Coordinated blasts from bombers, mortars and planted explosives strike Shiite Muslim shrines in Karbala and in Baghdad, killing at least 181 and wounding 573.

— Feb. 11, 2004: Attacker blows up a car packed with explosives in a crowd of Iraqis waiting outside an army recruiting center in Baghdad, killing 47 people.

— Feb. 10, 2004: Bomber explodes a truckload of explosives outside a police station in Iskandariyah, killing 53 people.

— Feb. 1, 2004: Twin bombers kill 109 people in two Kurdish party offices in Irbil.

— Oct. 27, 2003: Four bombings target International Red Cross headquarters and four Iraqi police stations in Baghdad, killing 40 people, mostly Iraqis.

— Aug. 29, 2003: A car bomb explodes outside mosque in Najaf, killing more than 85 people, including Shiite leader Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim. Although officials never gave a final death toll, there were suspicions that it may have been higher.

— Aug. 19, 2003: A truck bomb explodes outside the U.N. headquarters building in Baghdad, killing 22 people.