Car bomb goes off in Iraq’s Ramadi, five injured


SULAIMANI (ESTA) — A car bomb went off near a police station in Iraq’s Ramadi on Sunday, wounding five, according to the Iraqi military and hospital.

Anbar operations commander Lit. Gen. Nasser al-Ghannam said a booby-trapped vehicle was destroyed, aimed to target a police station in Ramadi.

“It was destroyed and the driver was killed without damages or losses,” he added, according to state news agency INA.

Meanwhile, Iraq’s security media cell said the security forces opened fire on the “terrorist, prompting him to blow himself up inside the vehicle, without causing human or material losses”.

Ramadi Hospital, however, said five people who were injured in the explosion were admitted to the hospital, including three soldiers and two civilians.

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