IRAQ - Feb 7 - Two Suicide Bombs Kill 27.
Suicide bombers Noun 1. suicide bomber - a terrorist who blows himself up in order to kill or injure other people
act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - the calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political kill more than 27 people in attacks in two cities in the worst bloodshed blood·shed
The shedding of blood, especially the injury or killing of people.
Noun 1. since the country's historic Jan 30 election. At least 14 people were killed and 13 wounded when a suicide car bomb exploded outside the main police HQ's in the town of Baquba, north-east of Baghdad. Another 12 died and four were wounded when a suicide bomber targeted a crowd of police officers in a hospital compound in the northern city of Mosul. A large crater crater, circular, bowl-shaped depression on the earth's surface. (For a discussion of lunar craters, see moon.) Simple craters are bowl-shaped with a raised outer rim. Complex craters have a raised central peak surrounded by a trough and a fractured rim. was blown in the road and at least five cars were destroyed. Most, if not all, of the victims were thought to be police officers waiting to collect their salaries. Al Qaeda's wing in Iraq claimed responsibility for the Mosul attack in a statement posted on a militant website. The group said: A lion in the martyrs' brigades of Al Qaeda Organisation for Holy War in Iraq attacked a gathering of apostates seeking to return to the apostate police force in Mosul near the hospital. The martyr martyr
Person who voluntarily suffers death rather than deny his or her religion. Readiness for martyrdom was a collective ideal in ancient Judaism, notably in the era of the Maccabees, and its importance has continued into modern times. was wearing an explosives belt and blew himself up after he entered the crowd", it added, vowing to carry out more attacks on "apostates and their masters". Guerrillas List of famous guerrillas, ordered by region: Afghanistan