A spate of car bombs exploded during Baghdad’s morning rush hour Monday, killing at least 47 people and wounding dozens more. Most of the bombs struck areas with large Shiite populations; various news agencies are reporting that from nine to 14 separate bombs were detonated.
Multiple Car Bombs Wreak Havoc In Baghdad, Killing Dozens
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