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2007 Makhmour bombing

13 May 2007 Makhmour bombing
Location Makhmour, Iraq
Date 13 May 2007 (UTC+3)
Target KDP office
Attack type
Suicide attack
Deaths At least 50
Non-fatal injuries
About 70

The 13 May 2007 Makhmoor bombing was of suicide attack using a truck bomb that occurred on 13 May 2007, in the northern Iraqi town of Makhmour which killed at least 50 and injured about 70 people.

References

  • Bomb Blasts Hit Northern Iraq, Al-Qaida Group Claims Capture of US Soldiers Voice of America
  • 30 killed in Iraq suicide bomb attack Yahoo! News
  • Death toll from truck bomb in Iraq rises to 50 Reuters


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