A suspected suicide bombing tore through a crowd of Iraqis waiting at a bank in eastern Baghdad on Monday, killing five people and wounding 32, police said. The suspected bomber had the explosives hidden under his clothing, said police Lt. Ali Abbas. Five civilians were killed, while the wounded included three children, nine women and a policeman, he said. Separately, a roadside bomb exploded near the convoy of Iraq’s former electricity minister in Baghdad, missing its target but wounding two bodyguards, police said. Full Story
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