At least 37 killed in two car bombings in Baghdad

March 12, 2006 18:08

Two huge car bombs and four mortar rounds rocked Baghdad's Sadr City Shiite slum Sunday, killing at least 35 people and wounding at least 84 others, police said. The bombs exploded at the Al-Hay market shortly before sundown and were followed by four mortar rounds, two that slammed into the Keyara district and two more at Hamza square, police Capt. Mohammed Ismaiel said.

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