Bombs hit Shi'ite pilgrims in Iraq, kill 15, sources say

By REUTERS
January 9, 2012 19:26

 
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BAGHDAD - Two bombs exploded near groups of Shi'ite pilgrims traveling through Iraq's capital on Monday, killing at least 15 people and wounding 52 others, police and hospital sources said.

The blasts struck the Bayaa district in southwestern Baghdad and the Shaab district in the north, the sources said.

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