Car bomb attack targets Iraqi army

Police and soldiers among the 30 people injured after a blast in the city of Mosul.

    Iraq's security forces are frequently the targeted
    of attempted attacks [EPA]

    While overall violence in Iraq has dropped sharply following years of sectarian conflict that killed tens of thousands of people, bombings and assassinations still occur on a daily basis.

    US and Iraqi officials have said they expect attacks to rise before parliamentary elections scheduled for March 7.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera and Agencies


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