Suicide Blast Kills More than 100 South of Baghdad

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A video image shows the aftermath of a suicide car bomb attack south of Baghdad.

A video image shows the aftermath of a suicide car bomb attack south of Baghdad. Reuters hide caption

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In the single deadliest attack since the fall of Saddam Hussein, more than 100 people are killed in a suicide car bombing in Iraq. The incident took place in the town of Hilla, which is 60 miles south of Baghdad. Los Angeles Times Baghdad correspondent Patrick McDonnell talks about the car bombing.

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