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    Coalition warplanes strike Iraqi radar, killing one Iraqi

    Channel News Asia

    January 1, 2003


    US and British coalition warplanes attacked at an Iraqi air defence radar in a "no-fly zone" in southern Iraq on Wednesday.

    The US Central Command said strike occurred near the city of Al Qurnah, about 210 kilometres southeast of Baghdad.


    It said the planes used precision-guided munitions against the Iraqi target.

    It was not immediately clear whether the target was hit as the command said damage assessment was still ongoing.

    An Iraqi military spokesman said Iraqi anti-aircraft and missile batteries fired back.

    The spokesman said the planes attacked civilian and service installations, killing one citizen and wounding two others

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