Iraq: At least seven die in car bombing
A car bomb went off in a market in the northern city of Mosul on Monday, killing at least seven people and injuring 22, police said. The attack was aimed at a police patrol but missed its target and hit the market instead.
Elsewhere, a mortar struck a popular market in northeastern Baghdad, wounding three people, police Capt. Ali al-Obeidi said.
Meanwhile, Saddam Hussein's wife and eldest daughter are among 41 people on the Iraqi government's most wanted list, along with the new leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq, a top official announced Sunday. National security adviser Mouwafak al-Rubaie told reporters the government was releasing the most wanted list "so that our people can know their enemies."
Saddam's wife, Sajida Khairallah Tulfah, was No. 17, just behind the ousted leader's eldest daughter, Raghad. Sajida is believed to be in Qatar, and Raghad lives in Jordan, where she was given refuge by King Abdullah II.
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