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Killings averaged 27 per day this July
July 15, 2013
The apparently coordinated bombings, which occurred in central, eastern and southern Iraq on Sunday evening, also injured scores of people.
Attacks in Iraq have killed an average of 27 people per day since the beginning of July. And Sunday was the fourth day in a row in which over 30 people have died in Iraq violence.
Sunday’s bombings occurred shortly before the breaking of the Ramadan fast.
A car bomb near a bakery killed nine people and injured 42 in the city of Kut in eastern Iraq, while another car bomb wounded two police officers to the north of the city of Hilla.
In a market in the holy city of Karbala, a car bomb killed four people and injured 19.
Another car bomb killed five people and wounded 25 in the city of Nasiriyah, about 370 kilometers southeast of Baghdad. And six were killed near a mosque in Musayyib.
Moreover, in the southern port city of Basra, a sound bomb, a car bomb and a roadside bomb killed at least eight people and injured 35.
Basra is a major oil industry hub located 550 kilometers southeast of the capital.
All of those attacks targeted mostly Shia Muslims. -Press