Three U.S. soldiers, Iraqi interpreter killed, five injured in bomb attacks
Two U.S. soldiers and an Iraqi interpreter were killed Tuesday afternoon in an explosion south of Baghdad.
Late Monday, a U.S. soldier was killed and one injured in a bomb attack near the town of Ramadi, located some 110 kilometers west of the capital Baghdad, a military spokesperson said.
"A soldier from the 3rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment was killed and one was wounded in an improvised explosive device (IED) attack at 9:50 pm (1850 GMT)," the spokesperson said, requesting anonymity.
Elsewhere, south of Baghdad, a soldier from the 1st Armoured Division was wounded in a bomb attack at 8:00 pm (1700 GMT) Monday, said Lieutenant Colonel George Krivo.
Three soldiers were also slightly wounded by a bomb explosion as they patrolled Tikrit, Saddam's ancestral home town, some 180 kilometers north of the capital, said Major Jossyln Aberle of the 4th Infantry Division. (Albawaba.com)
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