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international | worker & community struggles and protests | other press Tuesday December 12, 2006 08:42 by Fran
Innocent workers are targetted by religious maniacs.
A suicide bomber killed at least 54 people and wounded scores in central Baghdad this morning after luring a crowd of poor day labourers to his vehicle with promises of work, the Interior Ministry said.
Police said 148 people were wounded when the bomber's vehicle exploded at in Tayran Square, sending a cloud of black smoke into the sky. Gunfire sounded immediately after the blast.