This is off of Yahoo News:
SAMAWA, Iraq (Reuters) – An Iraqi provincial governor accused U.S. troops of opening fire on civilian cars south ofon Sunday, wounding six people, and threatened to suspend ties with U.S. officials over the “brutal” attack.
Ahmed Marzok, governor of the southern Shi’ite province of Muthanna, said six people were wounded, including two policemen, in the attack near al-Rumaitha, north of the provincial capital of, 270 km (170 miles) south of Baghdad.
A source in al-Rumaitha hospital put the number of wounded at five and said a woman was among them.
A minibus driver said two of his passengers were wounded when soldiers in a military convoy opened fire.
“We were driving on one side of the road and when they came we pulled aside, but they opened fire,” the driver, who did not give his name, told Reuters.
Marzok described the attack as “barbaric, brutal and illegal” and quickly called a meeting of provincial officials, where he demanded a full investigation of the incident by the Iraqi government.