Police: Bombs kill 10 in Baghdad, wound 27

By REUTERS
December 22, 2011 08:26

 
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BAGHDAD - Three bombs hit mainly Sh'ite areas in Iraq's capital, killing at least 10 people and wounding 27 others on Thursday, a police source said.

Two roadside bombs blew up in Baghdad's southwestern Amil district and a car bomb struck Doura in the south, police said.

A series of explosions struck Baghdad on Thursday, the first apparently coordinated attacks on Iraq's capital since a crisis erupted between its Shi'ite-led government and Sunni rivals after the withdrawal of the last US troops.

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