Alwa to sell fruits and vegetables
Editor: HH, NS 09.15.2016 10:46 Number ofViews: 45
Long-Presse / Baghdad
A source in the Iraqi Interior Ministry, said Thursday that 11 people had been killed and wounded when a roadside bomb exploded near Alwa to sell fruits and vegetables, south of Baghdad.
The source said in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The bomb exploded this morning, near Alwa Rasheed to sell fruits and vegetables in the district of Abu Dshir area session, south of Baghdad, killing two people and injuring nine others were injured."
The source, who requested anonymity, that "the security force rushed to the scene and transported the wounded to a nearby hospital for treatment, and the bodies of the dead to the forensic medicine department, in a raid and search operation carried out to search for the perpetrators of the bombing."
It is noteworthy that Iraq has been witnessing since 2013, a surge in violence, while the declared United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), in (the first of September 2016), killing and injuring more than 1,700 Iraqis incidents of violence witnessed different parts of the country except for Anbar province during the month last August, confirmed that Baghdad was the worst affected by the violence, and with renewed its call for all parties to make every possible effort to protect the lives of civilians, called on Iraqis to "show strength in this general unite the unrelenting violence."