Pulls back part of an armchair revealing unknown bulk explosive inside the cushion of a chair



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Description Location: Kalsu, IQ

A Concerned Local Citizen pulls back part of an armchair revealing unknown bulk explosive inside the cushion of a chair, Dec. 4, in an insurgent safehouse in Arab Jabour. The building was destroyed by a joint direct attack ammunition bomb once it was found to be booby-trapped.

Associated News: CLCs, Soldiers Work Together to Eliminate Arab Jabour Insurgent Safehouse
Date 12 October 2007(2007-10-12)
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