At least 10 people, including women, were killed in two suicide car bombings targeting Iraqi police in the former rebel bastion of Fallujah on Thursday, a defence ministry official said. Civilians and policemen were among the 30 wounded in the near simultaneous blasts, which damaged police posts in western and eastern Fallujah, the official said. Several bodies were left splayed out on the ground. A curfew was imposed in the two districts immediately after the blasts. "The two suicide car bombers burst into the two police centres in the western neighbourhood of Golan and the eastern area of Shurta, almost at the same time at around 0800 GMT," a security official said.