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30 September 2004 Baghdad bombing

 

30 September 2004 Baghdad bombing

30 September 2004 Mosul bombings
Location Mosul, Iraq
Date 30 September 2004 (UTC+3)
Attack type
car bomb, IED
Deaths at least 41
Non-fatal injuries
at least 131
Perpetrators al-Qaeda in Iraq

30 September 2004 Baghdad bombing was a series of bombings targeting U.S. soldiers handing out sweets to the Iraqi children at the celebration during the opening of a water treatment plant in Baghdad. The bombings killed at least 41, including 35 children, and wounded 131, including 10 U.S. soldiers.

It is unclear whether the U.S. troops or the crowds were the prime target. A statement hailing "heroic operations" was posted in the name of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

External links

  • Children massacred by Iraq bombs BBC News
  • Dozens of children killed in bomb attack in Baghdad CBC News


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