Islamic State claims responsibility for suicide attacks in southern Iraq

BAGHDAD  - Islamic State has claimed suicide attacks that killed at least 50 people and injured more than 80 in a southern Iraqi city on Thursday.
A statement on the Amaq news agency, which supports the hardline Sunni Muslim group, said the attacks carried out by the its suicide fighters targeted a restaurant and a checkpoint, killing "dozens of Shi'ites."
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