Talk:Four bombings over two days leave more than 130 dead in Iraq

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Latest comment: 15 years ago by Sean Heron in topic Befuddled
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Sorry - I'm afraid I can't at the moment follow what's happened where and when - so I better just leave the article be. Sean Heron (talk) 21:09, 24 April 2009 (UTC)Reply

I moved the title back, since it previously didn't make sense without the info that you just removed from the article. tempodivalse 21:11, 24 April 2009 (UTC)Reply
Thanks - I was slow to think of that :(. Sean Heron (talk) 21:12, 24 April 2009 (UTC)Reply

Okay - reading the BBC source a bit more closely - my title might not have been that far of - my understanding is there were two bombings yesterday (as described in the article here). And there were two suicide bombers today, but at the same location - so it's being spoken of as one event (but eg in the Al Jazeera source I had added as a "double bombing" ?

Anyhow, an update is warrented, as of now I think we're only reporting yesterdays news - I'd be happy if someone else could try to check the facts before reinstating my version (or a modification of mine). Sean Heron (talk) 21:22, 24 April 2009 (UTC) P.S. What probably didn't help my understanding was that I saw that the article hadn't been changed since yesterday - so I automatically assumed the BBC source must be referring to yesterdays event "!mistake!"- course it was updated as well. wrong - I just had there article from today open and got mixed up...Reply



Hmm, I obviously didn't look at the categories when I was working on this - I think politics and conflicts would be more fitting than either crime and law, or disasters and accidents. But changing the category now is a no go I guess ?