Two bomb attacks in Mosul Sunday
At least ten people were wounded in Iraq Sunday after bombs exploded in the city of Mosul, the capital of northern Iraq’s Ninevah province, a provincial news source reported.
One explosion Sunday morning came from a booby-trapped car parked near a police office in central Mosul. The blast left four people wounded and caused damage to the police building.
In another attack, a militant threw a hand grenade at a Mosul police station vehicle leaving one policeman and five civilians wounded.
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