The bodies of six men, slain by bullets to the head, were found in two east Baghdad suburbs Friday, police said.
The bodies were blindfolded and handcuffed, said police Capt. Maher Hammad Mousa. Four, men between the ages of 30 and 35, were found on the street in the Fudhailiya suburb shortly after dawn, Mousa said.
The other two corpses, men between the ages of 40 and 45, were discovered in the Kamaliya region shortly afterward, Mousa said. None of the bodies bore identification.
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