An unstoppable chain of attacks has left 70 casualties and over two hundred wounded have been reported in fifteen cities of Iraq. The attacks seem to be coordinated with the time frame of four months for the retreat of the American troops. Iraqi spokesmen blame Al Qaeda who is also been accused of disestablishing the Government.
The most serious attempt was in the city of Kut, which has a population 400,000; the city is located in the southeast of Baghdad were the explosion of a car bomb claimed the lives of 40 people and 70 more were injured.
However the attacks have not been limited to this zones, in Tikrit, the home city of Saddam Hussein, two suicide bombers exploded in the anti terrorism offices of the city. The attack killed three agents and left seven more wounded. (AV)