At least 23 killed in two bombings in Baghdad

By REUTERS
February 7, 2015 11:56

BAGHDAD - At least 23 people were killed in two bombings in eastern Baghdad on Saturday, security officials said, hours before the government was to lift a long-standing nighttime curfew on the capital.

At least 50 people were wounded, the officials said. The first blast occurred in the Shi'ite neighborhood of New Baghdad and the second one targeted the bustling Sharqa market district.


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