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5/07/2006 World News: Deadly Iraq Car Attacks In Karbala, Baghdad


Iraq: A series of car bomb attacks has rocked the Iraqi capital, Baghdad and the southern Shi'ite holy city of Karbala, killing at least 24 people.
The deadliest attack occurred today (Sunday) in Karbala, where at least 15 people were killed and 10 others wounded in a blast near the city's central bus station.
Meanwhile, at least two car bombs went off within minutes of each other in the Iraqi capital. A blast near an army patrol in the Sunni Adhamiyah neighborhood killed at least eight people and wounded 15. A second attack killed one person in the Waziriyah neighborhood.

Iran Nuclear: Iran says any measures taken against its nuclear program would be illegal and lead to confrontation with the West.
Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi issued the warning today (Sunday) in Tehran at his weekly news conference.
Asefi said any action by the U.N. Security Council will leave a negative impact on Iran's cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
He says there is nothing the international community can do to compel Iran to suspend uranium enrichment.

Bush - Iran:

Mr. Bush's comments were published today (Sunday) in the German weekly "Bild am Sonntag." The U.S. president told the newspaper that threats by the Iranian leader to destroy Israel are aimed at an ally of the the United States and Germany.
Mr. Bush says Mr. Ahmadinejad's readiness to destroy a country implicitly threatens other nations, and such a threat must be dealt with. He added that all options, including military action should be considered to compel Tehran to halt its controversial nuclear program.


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