Thirteen Iraqis were killed and dozens injured in two car bombings that rocked Baghdad, a security source said on Wednesday.
The first explosion, occurred in Al Jami'a district in western Baghdad, led to the killing of two Iraqis and the wounding of eleven others, the source added.
Meanwhile, the second blast, carried out by a suicide bomber driving a car in Kadhimiya area in northern Baghdad, left eleven Iraqis dead and more than 20 others hurt, according to the source.
The two bombings happened just hours after an attack on a market in Sadr city that left scores dead and injured.
Source : MENA
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