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2004 Mosul bombings

24 June 2004 Mosul bombings
Location Mosul, Iraq
Date 24 June 2004 (UTC+3)
Target Four police stations and hospital
Attack type
Car bombs
Deaths At least 62
Non-fatal injuries
At least 220

The 24 June 2004 Mosul bombings were a series of coordinated car bomb attacks in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, where five car bombs targeted police stations and a city hospital killing at least 62 and injuring at least 220 people, many of them Iraqi policemen.

External links

  • Multiple attacks kill 100 in Iraq BBC News


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