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Baghdad operations: 31 people were killed and wounded when Al Rashidiya

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Baghdad operations: 31 people were killed and wounded when Al Rashidiya

Post by rocky on Tue 12 Jul 2016, 4:18 am

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BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - July 12: Baghdad Operations Command announced on Tuesday forthe high death terrorist bombing in the north of thecapital Baghdad , Al Rashidiya area to 31 people were killed or wounded.


Brigadier General Saad Maan in a statement, said that " the outcome of the terrorist attack a car bomb, which targeted Alwa vegetables between theareas of Al Rashidiya Husseiniya, rose to six people and wounding 25 others."


A car bomb targeting a Tuesday Alwa vegetables between the areas of Husseiniya and Al Rashidiya ,killing and wounding a number of civilians. Q ended


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