Baghdad car bombs kill 13: Police

Three car bombs blasts killed at least 13 people and wounded 41 in Shiite-dominated neighbourhoods of the Iraqi capital Baghdad Tuesday, police and hospital sources said.

Baghdad: Three car bombs blasts killed at least 13 people and wounded 41 in Shiite-dominated neighbourhoods of the Iraqi capital Baghdad Tuesday, police and hospital sources said.

Twin car bombs rocked the Horreyya district in northwest Baghdad late Tuesday, killing at least 11 and wounding 32, a police colonel said. A hospital official confirmed the toll.

Another car bomb in Zafaraniya, in southeast Baghdad, killed two and wounded nine others, the same sources said.

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