At least 21 dead in Iraq car bomb blast

By REUTERS
September 15, 2013 11:57

 
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BAGHDAD - Car bombs in predominantly Shi'ite provinces of Iraq killed at least 21 people on Sunday, police sources said.

The deadliest attacks were in the city of Hilla, where two parked car bombs exploded simultaneously near a busy market and a third blew up near auto repair workshops killing 10 people and wounding 33, police said.

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