There are too many victims of Iraqi and American people in Iraq
On Saturday, April 24, six members of the U.S. troop were killed in two attacks and more than 30 Iraqis -- including policemen, bus passengers and flea-market shoppers -- died in multiple incidents during Saturday.
Two rockets fired from a truck hit a U.S. military base north of Baghdad, killing four U.S. soldiers, officials said.
The 5 a.m. attack wounded seven soldiers, including four who are in critical condition. U.S. helicopter gunships then destroyed the truck.
Later Saturday, three boats attacked Iraqi oil terminals in the Persian Gulf, near the southern city of Basra, killing two members of the U.S.-led forces and wounding four in suicide attacks. The Associated Press reported that the casualties were U.S. Navy sailors.