Deadly Attacks Target Iraq Pilgrims
More than 60 people have been killed in Baghdad
in a wave of bombings targeting Shia Muslim pilgrims over the past three
days, security sources say.
Iraqi officials said blasts on
Thursday, the latest in a string of bombings in Iraqi capital, killed 12
people, pushing the death toll in the recent attacks to 62.
One bomb struck in central Bab al-Muazam
neighbourhood while a second exploded in the southeastern Mashtal
district, officials said.