Top Stories - Reuters Iraq Bomb Kills U.S. Military Policeman, Wounds Two BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A bomb blast killed one U.S. military policeman and wounded two in the Baghdad area Friday morning, the U.S. military said. A military statement said the dead soldier was from the 220th Military Police Brigade. The latest death brings to 101 the number of U.S. soldiers killed in hostile action since Washington declared major combat in Iraq (news - web sites) over on May 1. Guerrillas opposed to the U.S. occupation of Iraq frequently attack U.S.-led forces with roadside bombs, land mines and rocket-propelled grenades. Iraqis seen as cooperating with the occupation also come under attack. Late Thursday, three U.S. military police and two Iraqi policemen died in an ambush in the Shi'ite holy city of Kerbala. Seven U.S. military police and five Iraqi police were also wounded in the rocket-propelled grenade attack on a patrol.