Gunmen hurled grenades and fired bullets at a U.N. building in Baghdad, destroying one vehicle and damaging two others, officials said Sunday. One attacker was injured.
The wounded gunman was overpowered and taken into custody by the Iraqi army, said U.N. spokesman Eric Falt. The remaining three gunmen fled, he said.
The Saturday night assault targeted the World Health Organization's headquarters, which houses an office for U.N. officials monitoring the oil-for-food program.
No one claimed responsibility, but Iraq blamed it on Iran.