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An injured man is rushed to a hospital after a car bombing in Tuz Khormato, in northern Iraq, Friday, June 18, 2010. Car bombs, meanwhile, tore through two neighborhoods in restive cities north of Baghdad in separate attacks targeting a police captain and a provincial council member. The deadliest attack was in the northern city of Tuz Khormato when an explosives-laden car blew up about 50 yards (meters) from the house of Niazi Mohammed, a Turkomen member of the Salahuddin provincial council, according to police. (AP Photo/Emad Matti)
Photo by: Emad Matti
An injured man is rushed to a hospital after a car bombing in Tuz Khormato, in northern Iraq, Friday, June 18, 2010. Car bombs, meanwhile, tore through two neighborhoods in restive cities north of Baghdad in separate attacks targeting a police captain and a provincial council member. The deadliest attack was in the northern city of Tuz Khormato when an explosives-laden car blew up about 50 yards (meters) from the house of Niazi Mohammed, a Turkomen member of the Salahuddin provincial council, according to police. (AP Photo/Emad Matti)

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