Six people died and more than a dozen were injured when a volley of explosions hit the Iraqi city of Ramadi on Sunday. Four car bombs targeted an anti-terrorism police building and mosque in the capital of the mainly Sunni Anbar province. Following the initial attack, gunmen clad in explosive belts charged into the station, with two of them blowing themselves up inside. Three policemen, two of the attackers and a civilian died in the assault.  Fourteen others, including seven police and seven civilians, were wounded, the spokesman for Anbar province Mohammed Fathi said, as cited by Reuters. Security forces had cordoned off the police station, where several Al-Qaeda suspects were being held at the time of the attack. Police had previously reported that hostages had been taken, though they now say security forces have regained control of the building.