Gunmen attack Iraq central bank governor

The acting governor of the central bank of Iraq Faleh Daud Salman escaped unhurt on Monday after the car he was travelling in was fired on, The Australian reports. Two passengers in the car were wounded however, the report added. But a separate report from The Washington Times said the attack was an assassination attempt and that Salman was wounded in the legs and rushed to hospital.

Source: The Australian

Gunmen fired on the car of Iraqi Central Bank governor Faleh Daud Salman in Baghdad late

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