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Iraq: 7 killed in separate bombings in Baghdad

11th Nov 2016
Iraq: 7 killed in separate bombings in Baghdad

By Daniel Gallego

 

BAGHDAD (AA): At least seven people were killed and 17 other injured in three separate bomb attacks around Baghdad late Thursday, according to a security source.

Three victims were killed when an explosive device went off in the northwest of al-Hamamiyat district, police captain Yasser al-Mustafa, told Anadolu Agency. Seven others were injured in the blast.

He said three civilians were killed and nine injured when a bomb exploded near the Ad-Devra district. And one civilian was killed and another injured when a bomb-laden vehicle was detonated in the city’s center.

No group has yet claimed responsibility for the explosions but authorities have blamed similar attacks on Daesh.

Iraq’s security has markedly deteriorated since mid-2014 when Daesh captured the northern city of Mosul — now the target of a massive army offensive — and overran vast swathes of territory in the country’s north and west.

[Photo: Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government’s peshmerga forces attack Daesh terrorists as they move towards Bashiqa center during the operation to clear Bashiqa Town from Daesh terrorists, in Mosul, Iraq on November 7, 2016. Photographer: Muhabiri Yunus Keleş/AA]

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