Thursday, November 23, 2006


Thanks St. McCain. Thanks Last Honest Man. Thanks Oh Wise Men Of Washington. Thanks Oh Keepers of the Flames of the Vital Ceter.

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A series of car bombs killed 30 people and wounded 95 in a Shi'ite militia stronghold in Baghdad on Thursday and gunmen mounted an audacious daylight raid on a Shi'ite-run government ministry.

Three apparently coordinated car bombs and a mortar blast in different parts of Sadr City neighborhood destroyed whole streets, leaving bloodied remains amid mangled vehicle wrecks in one the worst bomb attacks in the capital this month.


BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- At least 100 people were killed and at least 125 wounded on Thursday in a string of bombing attacks in Baghdad's Sadr City, police said.

There were conflicting reports on the death toll. Iraq's Health Ministry said 100 were killed and 200 wounded. Police said 115 were killed and 125 were wounded.