Wall Street Journal
July 22, 2010
BAGHDAD—Rockets fired into the heavily fortified International Zone in central Baghdad killed three people and injured 15, including two hurt Americans, all of whom worked for a private security company contracted to the U.S. government, the American Embassy said Thursday.
In a statement, the Embassy expressed its condolences for the two Ugandans and one Peruvian killed in the attack. The nationalities of the other 13 injured aren’t known.
The Embassy would not give any additional details, including location of the incident. No diplomats were involved, an official said.
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