July 23, 2012
A string of bomb attacks across Iraq have killed dozens and wounded more than 100, according to reports.
A car bomb outside a Baghdad office issuing government IDs killed at least 14 people, part of a wave of Monday morning explosions across the country in which at least 51 died.
Security officials said the car blew up near an interior ministry office that issues ID cards to citizens in the capital’s Shia-dominated neighbourhood of Sadr City.
This article was posted: Monday, July 23, 2012 at 1:06 am