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Iraq Security Developments -- Saturday
Daily Round-up of Violent Incidents Across Iraq
02/10/2007 3:12 PM ET
Baghdad, Feb 10, (VOI) – Main security developments in Iraq on Saturday:

Baghdad- The U.S. army said on Saturday three service men were killed and four others were wounded during a search campaign in Diala province.

Baghdad- unknown gunmen shot and killed on Saturday an Iraqi army officer in Abu Ghraib area, 20 km west of Baghdad, a police source said.

Haditha- Clashes erupted on Saturday afternoon between gunmen and an Iraqi police vehicle patrol near Haditha, west of Baghdad, an eyewitness said.

Ramadi- Clashes broke out on Saturday afternoon between U.S. forces and gunmen in Ramadi, capital city of Anbar province, an eyewitness said.

Mosul- An Iraqi police source said on Saturday three mortar shells fell near al-Salam hospital in southeast of Mosul, a police source said.

Baghdad- At least three civilians were killed and five others were wounded on Saturday afternoon in eastern Baghdad, a police source said.

Hilla- Three civilians were killed and two others wounded in an attack by unidentified gunmen on Saturday in a residential section in Hilla, the capital of Babel province, 100 km south of Baghdad, an official security source said.

Mosul- A policeman was killed and three civilians wounded in an attack in northwest of Mosul, the capital of the predominantly Sunni province of Ninawa, 402 km north of Baghdad, Iraqi police said.

Baghdad- At least two people were killed and five others were wounded on Saturday in a car bomb blast in central Baghdad, a police source said.

Basra- The British forces media spokeswoman said on Saturday two British bases in Basra came under attack with mortars and Katyusha rockets.

Mosul- At least an Iraqi soldier was killed and five civilians were wounded on Saturday as a car bomb exploded near Mosul, Talafar mayor said.

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