Baghdad security plan? Mosque attack kills at least 75

The insurgents' base -- but not their reach -- has moved outside the Iraqi capital.

By Tim Grieve
June 19, 2007 4:55PM (UTC)
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At least 75 people were killed today when a truck bomb exploded outside a Shiite mosque in central Baghdad. The attack came as U.S. forces conducted major military operations in the Diyala province, where the insurgents' base -- but clearly not their reach -- has moved in response to the president's Baghdad security plan.


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