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2007 Amirli bombing

Amirli bombing
Location Amirli, Iraq
Date July 7, 2007
Target market
Attack type
suicide truck bomb
Deaths 156
Non-fatal injuries
255

The 2007 Amirli bombing was a suicide car bomb attack that occurred on July 7, 2007, in a market in the town of Amirli, Iraq. The bombing killed 156 people with 255 injured.[1][2][3]

References

  1. ^ Saturday: 237 Iraqis, 7 GIs, 2 Britons Killed; 316 Iraqis Wounded
  2. ^ Iraq market truck bomb kills 105, BBC News
  3. ^ Joint Iraqi-US forces detain mastermind behind July's Tuz bombings

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