A car bomb in the central Iraqi town of Dhuluiya on Sunday killed at least seven policemen and wounded two more, the town's police chief told Agencies. Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed Khalid said the explosion occurred at around 7:30 am (1030 PST) in the town 70 kilometres (43 miles) north of Baghdad in the central Sunni province of Salaheddin. "The police received a call that there was an abandoned car on a road. A team of policemen went to check and as they reached the car it exploded," Khalid said.