Suicide bomber kills 10 in Iraq's Kirkuk - officials
BAGHDAD Jan 16 (Reuters) - At least ten people were killed in north Iraq on Wednesday when a suicide bomber in a truck detonated his explosives outside a Kurdish party office in Kirkuk, security officials said.
The attack came before Iraq's central government planned talks with officials from the country's autonomous Kurdistan enclave to ease tensions over disputed oilfields and areas like Kirkuk which they both claim.
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