Baghdad, December 5 (RHC)-- Iraqi security and medical officials say at least ten people have lost their lives and nearly three dozen others sustained injuries in a spate of bomb attacks in and around the capital, Baghdad.
A security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said two civilians were killed and nine others injured when a bomb exploded close to a popular café near the Diyala Bridge in southeastern Baghdad on Saturday, the Arabic-language al-Baghdadia satellite television network reported. A civilian also died when an improvised explosive device attached beneath his car went off in a western neighborhood of Baghdad.
On Friday, a roadside bomb exploded in another neighborhood of the Iraqi capital, leaving two police officers dead and another injured. Separately, a bomb went off near a medical facility in a neighborhood of southern Baghdad, leaving a civilian dead and eight others injured.
Earlier in the day, a civilian lost his life and five others sustained injuries when an improvised explosive device went off near a garage in southwestern Baghdad.
- Some 60 Countries to Attend Havana's International Trade Fair FIHAV
- RHC's Arts Roundup
- RHC's Caribbean Outlook Show
- Cuba Helps Caribbean States Recover from Devastation Caused by Powerful Hurricanes
- RHC's Segment 'The Real Story'
- RHC's Interview with Patrick Manteiga, Editor and Publisher of La Gaceta Newspaper in Tampa
- Max: 19729
- yesterday: 4211
- today: 3877
- online: 200
- total: 3856701