56 killed in wave of attacks in Iraq

“Iraqi officials say a relentless wave of bombings has rumbled across Baghdad and nearby towns, killing at least 56 people and wounding more than 200. The more than a dozen attacks on Tuesday — mostly car bombings — highlight increasing sectarian tensions in Iraq a decade after the war began. The attacks came on the eve of the anniversary of the US-led invasion, which started before dawn on March 20, 2003.”

Source: 56 killed in wave of attacks in Iraq | GulfNews.com

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