BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Soldiers from an Iraqi army unit in the western province of Anbar have been killed in an apparent 'friendly fire' incident, an Iraqi military officer and a police source said on Thursday.
The military source said 22 soldiers had been killed when an aircraft, which he said was from the U.S.-led coalition, bombed the headquarters of an army company on the edge of Ramadi city, Anbar's provincial capital.
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