What's all the fuss?
Bombs killed 20 people in Iraq on Saturday, including 15 in Baghdad, police said, as U.S. President George W. Bush said his resolve to press on with the job of stabilizing Iraq was as strong as ever. Police said a parked car exploded near a police station in Baghdad's Shi'ite area of Sadr City at dusk, when people were shopping. The blast killed 15 people and wounded 45, they said. Another explosion at a market in the holy Shi'ite town of Kufa, possibly caused by a roadside bomb, killed five people and wounded eight, police said.