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Dozens of dead and wounded in a series of attacks in Iraq

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A series of terrorist attacks in different parts of Iraq on Thursday February 23, killing at least 30 people and wounding dozens. And used in the attacks, car bombs and improvised explosive devices and automatic weapons in different areas of Baghdad and other Iraqi cities.
8 people have been killed and 24 injured in a car bomb in the Karrada district of central Baghdad in the morning rush hour, as announced by Iraqi officials. Police sources said that the car bomb exploded near a checkpoint. Medical sources confirmed the occurrence of a number of victims.
The attack by gunmen on a checkpoint in the area of ​​police Sarafiya central Baghdad, killing 6 people and injured 3 others. In the area of ​​Abu Dshir, south of Baghdad, two people were killed and 10 injured in the bombing of two explosive devices near a popular restaurant.
A source at the Interior Ministry said "6 people were killed and wounded 15 others injured in a car bomb near a restaurant in the area of ​​Kadhimiya north of Baghdad." I killed 2 and wounded about 10 others injured in a car bomb parked in the Mansour district of central Baghdad.
As the explosion of an improvised explosive device in the district of the cities south of Baghdad, wounding seven wounded, mostly policemen.
In Diyala province east of Iraq has led to the explosion of two car bombs injuring 8 people.In the same province killed 3 people from one family in a bomb explosion.
A source in Salahuddin province, Thursday, that 4 people were injured when a powerful car bomb in front of the headquarters of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) in the district of Tuz, while security sources said 12 people were injured in a car bomb in Tikrit, the county seat.
Two car bombs in central northern Iraq city of Kirkuk, wounding at least 15 people.
Source: Agencies

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