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17 August 2005 Baghdad bombings

 

17 August 2005 Baghdad bombings

17 August 2005 Baghdad bombings
Bombed buses at the Nahda bus station
Location Baghdad, Iraq
Date 17 August 2005
Target bus station, road to hospital
Attack type
car bombs
Deaths 43
Non-fatal injuries
76
Perpetrators no one claimed responsibility

The 17 August 2005 Baghdad bombings was a terrorist attack that occurred when three powerful car bombs ripped through civilian targets in central Baghdad, killing 43 people and injuring 76.

External links

  • Triple Baghdad blasts kill dozens BBC News



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