|26 July 2007 Baghdad market bombing|
|Date||26 July 2007 (UTC+3)|
|Car bomb, rockets|
|Perpetrators||Unknown: legal proceedings have not yet taken place.|
|Al-Qaeda in Iraq|
It was first reported that 25 people were only killed and 100 wounded. However, less than a week later the names of 92 dead and 127 wounded were posted on a list taped to a shuttered storefront; it was compiled by the rescue workers. Many Iraqis saw the discrepancy as an attempt by the Iraqi government to cover up the number of Iraqis being killed in the capital.
- Dagher, Sam. "In Iraq, death tolls often in dispute", The Christian Science Monitor, 8 March 2007.
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