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BAGHDAD - An officer from the Criminal Investigations Department was wounded when an improvised explosive device (IED) attached to his vehicle went off in northwestern Baghdad on Sunday, a security source said.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The death toll of the two blasts of Aden Square by a car bomb and an improvised explosive devices in Sadr City rose to seven martyrs and 52 wounded.
The same source had said earlier that at least five people were killed and 22 others were wounded in an improvised explosive device explosion in northeastern Baghdad.
This morning, an improvised explosive device (IED) went off near the tax department in northern Kirkuk, causing no casualties or damage," Brig.
Brigadier Sarhad Qadir was subjected to several assassination attempts previously by improvised explosive devices.
Another security source had said that eleven civilians were killed or wounded when several improvised explosive devices (IEDs) hit policemen's houses in Heet suburb (180 km west of Baghdad).
A security source had said earlier that eleven civilians were killed or wounded when several improvised explosive devices (IEDs) hit policemen's houses in Hit district.
An improvised explosive device went off on Tuesday morning (Nov.
12) an improvised explosive device, planted on the road between Mosul and Talafar, western Mosul, without leaving casualties," the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
A military source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "the cell was arrested, according to intelligence information, on the head and members of a terrorist cell specialized in planting improvised explosive devices in the area of Riyadh.
NINEWA, Two gunmen were killed and another "seriously wounded" when an improvised explosive device (IED) they planned to emplace in eastern Mosul went off on Wednesday, a security source from the Ninewa province said on Wednesday.
The Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Task Force, which awarded Force Protection a contract for more than 120 Cougar Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Rapid Response Vehicles (JERRVs) in May 2005, recently received permanent status from the Department of Defense.