Bomb blast kills four outside Sunni mosque in Iraq capital

By REUTERS
April 26, 2013 14:12

 
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BAGHDAD- A roadside bomb exploded outside a Sunni mosque in a southern district of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, killing four worshipers as they left following Friday prayers, police and medics said.

The attack, which targeted the Kubaisi mosque, follows three days of the most widespread fighting in Iraq since US troops withdrew in December 2011.

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