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The United States military said that residents in the predominant Shi'ite city tipped them off to the arrival of insurgents carrying rocket propelled grenades in the area. "The troops made positive identification of the militiamen and called for the air strike," a military statement said<ref>http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/04/07/iraq.main/index.html/</ref>.
 
A U.S. military spokesman, Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Bleichwehl, said:
 
{{quotation|""One person had been killed when a warplane fired on gunmen carrying rocket-propelled grenade launchers. "The engagement was initiated by a tip that was called in by a local citizen. We had visual confirmation that there was a hostile target. There was no collateral damage," he said.".<ref name="Battle Report">{{cite web|title=Battle Report|last=Bleichwehl|first=Scott|url=http://www.reuters.com/article/wtMostRead/idUSPAR34073020070407|date=2007-04-08}}
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A U.S. military spokesman, Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Bleichwehl, said one person had been killed when a warplane fired on gunmen carrying rocket-propelled grenade launchers. "The engagement was initiated by a tip that was called in by a local citizen. We had visual confirmation that there was a hostile target. There was no collateral damage," he said.
 
 
In a statement the Iraqi police informed The Associated Press that one civilian was killed and five seriously injured when a U.S. tank fired upon a house in Diwaniya. The air strike was a part of a military program on insurgents located in the city of Diwaniya, which is widely known to be the home of Shi'ite insurgents. It is spearheaded by the new Iraqi army and is supported by soldiers and paratroopers within the coalition.
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