Bombings in Iraq Kill 31 Two suicide bomb attacks and a roadside bombing in Iraq kill at least 31 people, many of them members of the Iraqi police. These bombings come a day after attacks in Iraq killed more than 150 people, and Jordanian militant Abu Musab al Zarqawi announced he's waging a war against Iraqi forces and the country's Shiite Muslims.

Bombings in Iraq Kill 31

Bombings in Iraq Kill 31

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Two suicide bomb attacks and a roadside bombing in Iraq kill at least 31 people, many of them members of the Iraqi police. These bombings come a day after attacks in Iraq killed more than 150 people, and Jordanian militant Abu Musab al Zarqawi announced he's waging a war against Iraqi forces and the country's Shiite Muslims.

Police officers view a damaged vehicle after a police patrol was struck by a roadside bomb in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk, about 125 miles north of Baghdad, Sept. 15, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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