Four killed in Iraq car bomb explosions

At least four people were killed and 41 injured Monday in three separate incidents of car bombings in Iraq, police said.

Baghdad: At least four people were killed and 41 injured Monday in three separate incidents of car bombings in Iraq, police said.
A car bomb detonated at a popular market in the city of Najaf, some 160 km south of Baghdad, left at least two people dead and 20 injured, a local police source told Xinhua.
In another incident, two people were killed and nine injured when a booby-trapped car went off at a marketplace in the town of Iskandriyah, some 50 km south of Baghdad, a police official said.

A third car bomb exploded in the city of Nasriyah, some 375 km south of Baghdad, and injured 12 people, the police official added.

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