Roadside blasts in Baghdad kill three, sources say

By REUTERS
April 21, 2012 11:10

 
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BAGHDAD - Two roadside bombs exploded in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Saturday, killing three people and wounding 15, police and hospital sources said, two days after several blasts killed 36 people across Iraq.

The two blasts went off at the same time in the mainly Shi'ite al-Shuaala neighborhood.

Three mortars were also fired at a police station wounding seven people in the town of Al-Musayyab near Hilla, 90 kms (55 miles) south of Baghdad, police sources said.

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