The U.S.-led coalition in Iraq says Friday's wave of car bombings was a desperate attempt by terrorists to discredit the new Iraqi government. But a U.S. military statement said the terrorists are failing to drive a wedge between the Iraqi people and their right to choose their own destiny. At least 10 bombs blew up in and around Baghdad Friday, killing at least 50 people and wounding more than 90. U.S. military officials say Iraqi civilians and police were the targets. Three U.S. soldiers were also killed in two other bombings elsewhere in Iraq. An audio message purported to be from fugitive terror suspect Abu Musab al-Zarqawi warned Friday of more attacks as long as U.S. forces are in Iraq.