Iraq: The U.S. military in Iraq says 14 people have been killed in two car bomb attacks near a U.S. base in western Baghdad.
A military statement says suicide bombers blew up their explosive-laden vehicles among Iraqis gathered in a parking lot near a checkpoint for the base.
Earlier in the day (Sunday), a roadside bomb killed at least four people on a civilian bus in eastern Baghdad. An attack on a police patrol in central Baghdad also caused civilian casualties.
Iran Nuclear: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Tehran will reject any new offer by Europe that includes a demand to stop Iran's nuclear activities.
Mr. Ahmadinejad was quoted today (Sunday) by Iran's state news agency (IRNA) saying any such offer will not be considered valid.
Three European Union countries - France, Germany and Britain - are considering to offer a bundle of wide-ranging incentives to Iran in return for a guarantee that it will suspend uranium enrichment activities.
Iran Violence: Media reports in Iran say armed bandits have killed 12 people and injured another in the volatile southeast of the country.
Iran state television quotes witnesses as saying unidentified assailants stopped four cars on the road between Kerman and Bam late Saturday, killing the passengers and setting the vehicles on fire. A young boy was injured in the attack.
Authorities did not give a motive for the attack.
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