US bombs Falluja again

The Iraqi town of Falluja has once again come under attack with US warplanes bombing a building on its outskirts.

    US warplanes have repeatedly hit the town in recent weeks

    The US military said the bombing on Sunday probably killed a "large number of insurgents" who had been shifting weapons.

    The strike, the third in just over 24 hours, severely damaged the building targeted, triggering a wave of secondary explosions.

    The US military said the subsequent explosions proved ammunition had been inside the building.

    "A large number of enemy fighters are presumed killed," the military said.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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