11 Iraqis injured by bombs in Baghdad, Diyala

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BAGHDAD. October 28. KAZINFORM Eleven people were wounded by roadside bombs explosions in Baghdad and the volatile province of Diyala province on Wednesday, police said, Kazinform refers to Xinhua.

Six people, including three security forces, were injured in a roadside bomb explosion in Baghdad's northwestern neighborhood of Hurriya, an Interior police source said on condition of anonymity.

    The blast also caused damages to several nearby civilian cars and buildings, the source said.

    In Diyala, two men and a woman were wounded by a roadside bomb explosion near their car in the al- Mafraq area, west of the provincial capital city of Baquba, some 65 km northeast of Baghdad,a provincial police source said.

    Iraqi security forces sealed off the area and detained four suspects for interrogation, the source added.

    Also in the province, a father and his son were injured when a makeshift bomb struck their car in the village of al-Othmaniya, some 15 km southwest of Baquba, the source said.

    Another roadside bomb detonated near a U.S. patrol in the Eheimer area, 15 km east of Baquba, the police said without giving details about casualties, as the U.S. troops cordoned off the scene, Kazinform cites Xinhua. See www.chinaview.cn for full version.

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