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Deadly Car Bomb Rocks Baghdad's Green Zone

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Deadly Car Bomb Rocks Baghdad's Green Zone

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Deadly Car Bomb Rocks Baghdad's Green Zone

Deadly Car Bomb Rocks Baghdad's Green Zone

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Iraqi police, supported by U.S. forces, survey damage caused by a powerful car bomb blast in central Baghdad, July 14, 2004. Dept. of Defense hide caption

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An Iraqi woman comforts her husband, injured in a car bomb blast near Baghdad's Green Zone, July 14, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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A massive car bomb explodes just outside Baghdad's Green Zone, where the U.S. embassy and the interim Iraqi government are located. At least 10 people are killed and dozens more wounded in the deadliest attack since the transfer of sovereignty in Iraq. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Anne Garrels.

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