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World News, 10/4/04 - 2004-10-04


Insurgents in Iraq detonated three car bombs in Baghdad and the northern city of Mosul today(Monday), killing at least 17 people and wounding nearly 100 others. Fourteen people died in two blasts today in Baghdad. The worst explosion occurred near a recruitment office of the Iraqi National Guard, just outside an entry gate for the city's heavily fortified "Green Zone".

Three people drowned and another 13 are missing and feared dead after two long boats capsized during a boat racing in the Lao capital. The state-run Vientiane Times said strong winds and choppy conditions on the Mekong River caused Saturday's accident in the Lao capital.

American scientists Richard Axel and Linda Buck have won this year's Nobel Prize for medicine, just announced in Stockholm, Sweden. The winners were honored for their studies of the sense of smell in humans. The two scientists discovered a gene family responsible for the ability to recognize thousands of odors, and remember them throughout life. Listen to our World Newsfor details and more.....

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