At least 90 die, 150 wounded in Iraq bombings

March 6, 2007 17:07

Two suicide bombers exploded themselves in a crowd of Shi'ite pilgrims south of Baghdad on Tuesday, killing at least 90 people, police said. The coordinated attack happened on a main street in Hillah, about 95 kilometers south of Baghdad, said Capt. Muthana Khalid. More than 150 others were wounded in the blasts.

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