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Blast Near Baghdad Police Station Kills Several

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Blast Near Baghdad Police Station Kills Several

Blast Near Baghdad Police Station Kills Several

Blast Near Baghdad Police Station Kills Several

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U.S. troops survey the destruction after a suspected car bomb blew up outside a police station in southwestern Baghdad, July 19, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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A bomb explodes outside a police station in southwestern Baghdad, killing at least nine people and wounding dozens more. The bombing comes as Iraq's new interim government tries to work out differences with opposition groups and stem insurgent attacks. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.