Series of Blasts Across Baghdad Kill Nearly 40

(New York Times/FOX News) - A series of blasts shook Baghdad Monday, including a suicide attack on the offices of the International Committee of the Red Cross where about 10 people were killed. Iraqi police said an attacker driving an ambulance crashed through the security gate. 27 others were slain in attacks on three police stations. On Sunday, an American colonel was killed and at least 16 people were wounded when a barrage of missiles slammed into a highly protected hotel where Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz was staying.

2003-10-27 00:00:00

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