Sept. 30 - One of a series of car bombs in Iraq on Sunday kills at least two and wounds seven in Ammil, Baghdad. (Rough Cut, no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT -- NO REPORTER NARRATION At least two civilians were killed and seven others wounded when a car bomb went off in southwestern Baghdad on Sunday (September 30), according to police and hospital sources. The car bomb exploded outside a bakery in a Shi'ite neighbourhood in Baghdad's Ammil district. A local man whose nephew and a friend were both killed in the attack blamed the blast on people linked to fugitive vice-president Tareq al-Hashemi as well as the Al-Sharwqiya and Al-Baghdadiya TV channels, said by many Iraqis to be instigators of sectarian fighting.