2 killed, at least 30 wounded in Baghdad bombing

Iraqi officials said bombs have killed two people and wounded at least 30 others in Baghdad's Sadr City area. Police and hospital officials said two bombs exploded a few seconds apart on Tuesday morning near a group of day laborers. They said one bomb was hidden in a food stall and the other was hidden in a nearby pile of trash. Though sectarian violence in Iraq has ebbed, the Shi'ite district of Sadr City continues to be targeted. At least eight people died in a bombing there on July 9, and a blast in the district killed 78 on June 24.