Gunmen kill 9 at Sunni TV station in BaghdadIt seems that the names of the two who were killed yesterday are not important enough to claim any of our attention. And -- obviously! -- we can't be wasting any space listing names for the 39 "U.S. military deaths" in October, nor for the seven "military contractors."
POSTED: 9:54 a.m. EDT, October 12, 2006
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Gunmen stormed the offices of a Sunni satellite TV station Thursday in Baghdad, killing nine people, police said.
Two U.S. soldiers were killed Wednesday in separate incidents.
One was killed and two others wounded in northern Iraq's Tameem province "as a result of enemy action," according to a military statement Thursday.
The dead soldier was assigned to the 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team and is a member of Task Force Lightning, the military said.
The other soldier died when a roadside bomb struck his patrol in central Baghdad, the military said.
There have been 39 U.S. military deaths in October. The number of U.S. troops killed in the Iraq war stands at 2,746. Seven American military contractors also have been killed in the war.
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