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2009 Tal Afar bombing


2009 Tal Afar bombing

9 July 2009 Tal Afar bombing
Coordinates 36.3742,42.4606
Date 9 July 2009 (2009-07-09)
Attack type
Weapons Explosives
Deaths 34[1]
Non-fatal injuries

The 9 July 2009 Tal Afar bombing was a double suicide bombing which occurred in Tal Afar, Iraq in July 2009. The bombing occurred when two men detonated explosive vests.

The attacks targeted the Governor of the Iraqi Central Bank. However, he was unhurt in the incident. Thirty four people were killed and more than 60 were injured.[3]

See also


  1. ^ [1] 9 July 2009 Tal Afar bombing Fatalities
  2. ^ [2] 9 July 2009 Tal Afar bombing Injuries
  3. ^ [3] Dozens killed in Iraqi bombings

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