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2004 Karbala and Najaf bombings

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2004 Karbala and Najaf bombings

19 December 2004 Karbala and Najaf bombings
Location Najaf and Karbala, Iraq
Date 19 December 2004 (UTC+3)
Target Funeral procession, Imam Ali Mosque
Attack type
Suicide attacks/car bombs
Deaths At least 67
Non-fatal injuries
At least 97
Perpetrators Al-Qaeda in Iraq

The 19 December 2004 Karbala and Najaf bombings was of suicide attack using a car bomb that occurred on 19 December 2004, in the Shia holy cities of Najaf and Karbala in Iraq, which killed at least 67 and injured at least 97 people.

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  • Bombs in Karbala, Najaf kill 67 CNN
  • 62 Iraqis killed in Karbala-Najaf bombings (photographies)


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