A car bomb has exploded outside the Jordanian Embassy in Baghdad on Thursday, killing up to 10 people, including five Iraqi guards.
As many as 40 people were wounded in the blast, according to Lt. Col. Eric Nantz, a U.S. military spokesman.
At least four Iraqi civilians were also killed...
In a separate incident, two U.S. soldiers were killed in a firefight late Wednesday in Baghdad's al Rasheed neighborhood, according to U.S. Central Command.
An interpreter was also wounded in the incident and received treatment at the medical facility.
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