Car Bombing leaves 60 Dead in Baghdad
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Two car bomb attacks in Baghdad, Iran killed more than 60 people in February 15, 2017.
In the first attack, 48 people were killed and more than 55 were injured. At least 18 people died on the second attack, stated bbc.com.
A car was packed with explosives in the south side of Baghdad.The explosion had occurred at about 4:15 P.M. Arabia Standard Time, according to theguardian.com. The accident was in an area full of car dealerships and garages, according to aljazeera.com
“This is a place for buying and selling cars. The car blew up here and killed some poor people who were trying to make a living, such as tea makers and car wash workers,” stated a bystander in a video posted by theguardian.com Four car bombing attacks in Baghdad on February 15, killed about 8 people and wounded about 30 people, reported aljazeera.com.